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On SOME (not all) of my reports, I am noticing that the row headers are not showing on the last page when (and only when) they spill over to a new page because there is not enough room on the previous page to display them.  I would like to see my column headers on every page on the report.


How could I make sure this happens.
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The column headers ARE working on nearly every page. Only, when there are totals on the page that I am noticing that the row headers are not showing on the last page when (and only when) they spill over to a new page because there is not enough room on the previous page to display them.
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That's weird,  have you verified the settings in the example URLs?

check this out too http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980949
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