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Change the h1 font size setting from 2em to 1em

Posted on 2013-05-16
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when i pull through html with a h1 tag into an SSRS report the report automatically doubles the h1 font size. I think this is because somewhere in SSRS (in a css file?) it is being told that h1 font_size = 2em (instead of 1em)
I need to change this in both my development BIDS environment and on the Reporting Server itself.
Any Ideas?
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I don't think that's possible.  You could play around with the CSS stylesheets that are being used, but I doubt that they'll have any effect on the report itself.  The only "solution" that I see is to stop using the H1 tag and control the font size through the font settings on the textbox itself.

Just in case you'd want to try CSS: Customizing Style Sheets for HTML Viewer and Report Manager

But as I said:
"Modifying style sheets has no effect on the appearance of published reports that you run on a report server. In Reporting Services, reports do not reference style sheets."
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

cant be done, no point leaving as no solution
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"That can't be done", though it obviously doesn't solve the problem, is actually a valid answer.
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