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SSRS Report - Records Appearing Multiple Times on Different Pages

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When I run my report it displays the records in x number of pages depending on the grouping of a field called billing number. So if I have 2 projects it will repeat all the records on 2 pages. If I have 4 projects it will repeat all records on 4 pages. How to fix this so only the records belonging to the billing number are visible on that page?
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by:Koen Van Wielink
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Can you provide your RDL, or at the very least a screenshot of your design? Very hard for us to figure out what's going on without some more details.
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Rajkumar Gs earned 500 total points
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Hi Mathew

I doubt whether you have used the Header section ? Since it repeats in all pages
Pls check

Raj
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by:mathew_s
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Yes something was wrong in the header, I was getting an error there. Once I fixed that everything seemed to go into place.
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Great :)
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