I'm creating a dashboard report in SSRS but I'm trying to build it so that it appears on one screen without needing scrolling. I have a table which isn't the last control on the page. This can have many rows. If this is the case, the last table disappears off the screen i.e. the user will have to scroll down. Is there a way of applying a scroll bar to a table if it goes over a number of rows i.e. is there a way of stopping the table from growing according to the number of rows.
As far as I know this is not possible in a report. Tables will always display all rows fed into them (taking groups into account of course) and there's no property to activate a vertical scrollbar. Even
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