Print multi-part forms / copies in Microsoft Reporting Services SSRS

I am modifying a Dynamics AX 2012 report in Visual Studio 2010.  Specifically, I would like the Invoice reporting services report to automatically print 3 copies and print Customer Copy in the header on the 2nd copy and Loading Copy in the header on the 3rd copy.   All 3 copies are the same except for the text specifying who the copy is for.  This report is replacing an old multi-part form that was printing on an Okidate line printer.  Anyone have any ideas?
PineHallBrickManAsked:
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planoczCommented:
What coding software are you using?
like VS2005,VS2008, Web?
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PineHallBrickManAuthor Commented:
Actually, I need it to work in VS2010 for a Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Report and in BIDS 2008 for a separate report.  Either solution would be helpful.
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planoczCommented:
check these links
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/MS-SQL_Reporting/Q_26806886.html

From this type of code you can add
code like VB.NET.....
For x as Integer =1 to 3
Select Case x
  Case 1,2
         Use your parameters for the first two copies of the customer copy
Case 3
        Change the parameters to the load copy
End Select
Next
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