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Is there a way to add link in the SSRS report so as to jump to a section in the report?

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I want to add several links on the top of the report so that when my users click on the link it will jump to different sections within the same report.

It's a little bit like the anchor in HTML.  Any idea?  Thanks.
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Not quite a perfect answer, but maybe a way around it ...

I've used a picture of a button with the right legend  (clipped from SSMS!!) and the action going to another report. You should be able to do the same thing for the same report, using a stored procedure for the data in the dataset, and use the button to pass the SP a parameter that tells it in what order to send the sections. Then you start with them ordered A, B, C, D, E, F and maybe you click a button labelled "D" so you get the report in order D, E, F, A, B, C - so rather than scrolling the report, the report moves to you!.
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There is something called bookmark.
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