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SSRS 2008 Report and Hidden Rows

I have created this SSRS 2008 report. I needed to have data fields appear in the header so I added two rows and tagged them as hidden in the body(the first two rows). When I print this report, it does not print any of the data but it is still preservering the space on the page. Plus on the screen the data appears to all be pushed around and not lined up, although the printed copy is aligned. Is there some other property of the row I need to set in addition to hidden to TRUE for it not to do this?
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need to place the data in textboxes in the same roll as your data that you want to see.
only have the hidden textboxes under the visible textboxes and when you print you will only see the data that you want.
rwheeler23Author Commented:
I do not quite understand. You cannot put data fields in the header so I use ReportFields! in the header to pull values out of the the body. How do I set the role of text boxes in the body to be the same role as text boxes in the header?
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