Help with removing horizotal scroll bar from a MS Report with ASP.NET

Posted on 2012-04-01
Last Modified: 2012-06-22

How do you remove an horizontal scroll bar in my MS report?

Question by:vcharles
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ID: 37795292
You are using SSRS( i assume),

Increase the width of the outer table on the page, in which you have created the report. if your report content is more that what can be put in the page, change the layout/orientation of the page from 'Portrait' to 'Landscape'.

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ID: 37795323
How do I change the layout to landscape? In the report properties under the Layout tab, I changed width to 11in and height to 8.5in, but it did not help, I don't see an option for landscape.

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dhawalseth earned 500 total points
ID: 37795390
Hi VCharles,

Please follow this link:

Its been a year since i worked with SSRS and it will take some time to recall.
I believe this will help.


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