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Groups start printing always in an odd page

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I need each new group (I'm grouping by employee) to start printing in an odd page, so users can split the print outs and hand out the relevant pages to each employee containing only information that relates to that one person.

Is it there a way to add an extra page break only if the new group is going to print in even page? Is it there any other way of achieving this?

I'm working on SSRS2008 R2 and the way that reports are rendered for printing is not always PDF, sometimes users will print straight from the viewer.

Thanks,
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by:Easwaran Paramasivam
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There is an option 'collate' while printing. Do you look for that option?

http://formaxprinting.com/blog/tag/what-is-collated-printing/
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by:monserob
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EaswarnP,

Thanks for the quick answer but no, is not a collate matter.

I have a report with info about some employees and I want to be able to print it out and separate the pages so I can hand them out to the relevant person. To do that each employee group needs to start printing in an odd page.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
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monserob earned 0 total points
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SSRS can't cope with the scenario, the only way I can think if is imperative to do that is to relay on 3rd party tools. That means exporting the report to MSword, Adobe or other text app and from there apply 3rd party tools that will allow it.
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by:monserob
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Not other answer exits. Just a work around to the matter
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