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Continued on the next page in SSRS

Hi Experts,

I want to create a Continued on the next page  message in my ssrs report, however of course it should not appear on the first or last page, how do I write an expression to accomplish that?  I place the code below in a textbox (in the footer and it doesnt work)

= IIF ( Globals!PageNumber.MaxValue < Globals!TotalPages.MinValue,"(Invoice Continued on Next Page)",
"")
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December2000
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December2000
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ValentinoVBI ConsultantCommented:
Try this:
= IIF ( Globals!PageNumber.Value < Globals!TotalPages.Value
,"(Invoice Continued on Next Page)"
,"")
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December2000Author Commented:
THANK YOU
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