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SSRS VS 2010 - How to Set Page to Display ALL on One Page (if possible)..?

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I'm working with MS SSRS BIDS, Visual Studio 2010 creating a report.

I need assistance with setting the report to "Display all on 1 page"....for example, IF the report is too large at the "100%" display setting, I would like the report to reduce its display size to "75%" so that the entire report will "Fit-to-One-Page"...and not scroll to another page....

Where do I configure the report to display in this manner?

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I'm afraid that's not really possible. SSRS reports don't have any setting to influence the default zoom.

To prevent page breaks (which is probably not what you meant but I'll mention it anyway just in case) all you can do is set InteractiveHeight to zero.
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If you really want to influence the default zoom, your only option is through the Report Server URL.  As an example, to set it to 75% you would need to add the following to the URL:

&rc:Zoom=75

More info: URL Access Parameter Reference
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