SSRS embadding image on a text box

Posted on 2013-06-18
Last Modified: 2013-07-16

Embadding image to a column: I 've a requiremnt to embadding a image to a column. I achieved that task, however, the immage is doubling as shown on the attachement. Any
method to stop this behaviour?

I can't smaller the font size as there are some issue rendoring to PDF with small font size.

Any help appreciate
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The image repeats because that's the default behavior of a background image.  To prevent that you can set the BackgroundRepeat property to Clip.

Alternatively, you could add an Image object to the textbox.  Have a look at the following article, that method is explained there: Put Some Images On Those SSRS Reports

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