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Column Headers repeated on each page in design and run mode but not when exported to excel in SSRS 2008

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I'm trying to keep tablix column headers repeating on each new page of an SSRS 2008 report. If I click on Print View in BIDS for a report, having set what I believe are the right options in the static advanced mode properties, they appear as expected in preview mode. If I then export to excel, for sheets that go over one page, the column headers do not repeat. How do I fix this please or is it a bug with the Excel exportation?
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