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Freeze textboxes in the ssrs report while scrolling

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Hello,

I have a report with a table with 1 row followed by a textbox. I want to freeze these two portions in the report while scrolling.

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by:Jim Horn
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For column headers this is done by...
   Click on your tablix/matrix
   Right-click:Tablix Properties
   General tab, check the 'Repeat header rows on each page' checkbox.
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Alpesh Patel earned 500 total points
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In VS bottom of the designer.


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by:TempDBA
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You can't do it in SSRS. In SSRS you can only freeze either row header or column header. But freezing any textbox inside is not possible.
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