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How can i change view Report Button place in MY SSRS report

Posted on 2012-03-27
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HI all,

In My Report am having 80 columns so when I deploy my report on web page, the view report button is going all the way end, if I change any filters have to go all the way end and submit view report button, is there any way to move view report button to first place, I mean before the parameters list
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Nope unless you are using .net to create your own frontend for the report. You can then hide the original button and create a new customized one. The following link should clarify it more:-
http://siddhumehta.blogspot.in/2011/03/customizing-and-formatting-ssrs.html
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There were not many options for me, so I have restricted to one particular resolution using CSS file.
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