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Hi,
I want full text justification, superscript, and 1.5 spaciing same like ms-word.
How can I inject these fetureus in my ssrs report.

I know this link but how to insert into ssrs code view-
I downloaded trial version- but don't know how to insert in code view-
http://www.aspose.com/docs/display/pdfreportingservices/Justify+FullJustify+Text+Alignment

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by:ValentinoV
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I doubt that you'll be able to achieve this by using Aspose.PDF for SSRS.  As far as I understand it it's a custom PDF renderer, one that's more advanced than the built-in one.

First line of the product description reads:

Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services is a unique solution from Aspose that makes it possible to export PDF reports in Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005 and 2008 Reporting Services.
Ref Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services Documentation: Product Overview

In the two screenshots on that same page you can see how this works.

The above is also confirmed by their sample page which displays PDF exports only.

As far as I understood your request (and based on your previous question) you want the text justification to work when viewing the report in Report Manager, right?  Or is PDF-only good enough?
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by:EnterpriseScale
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Hi,
I want is-
my final report in word document should be with Text Full Justified,Superscript,and 1.5 spacing.
Which specific product I go and how can to add the said property in my report.
Because this is printed on legal document of user.

[ finally I want to connect with sharepoint Document Management System]
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by:ValentinoV
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In that case you should be looking into Aspose.Words.  But this extension doesn't seem to support the text justification feature as in their Aspose.PDF extension.  This is a quote from one of their representatives and dates May 8th, 2012:

The requested feature is not available in Aspose.Words for SSRS.
Ref Text justify
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by:EnterpriseScale
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Hi,
Then which way should I achieve this, if aspose not support, any other way/other tool.
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ValentinoV earned 120 total points
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As long as Microsoft doesn't implement this I don't think there's a clean/quick solution to this.  The only possibility as far as I know is custom development but that of course takes some time and lots of knowledge...
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by:ValentinoV
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It seems that the developers of those extensions do respond to questions on their forum.  Your question is so specific that I doubt you'll get a better answer here.  I don't have experience using those components and don't know anyone who has.  So if you want to know if Aspose.Words for SSRS supports what you require, I'd just ask the manufacturer directly...

Sorry that we can't be of better use for this question, please don't let that stop you to ask any other questions!
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by:sharepointDepot
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Hi thanks for all suggestions.

Only final question..we have build up ssrs .rdl file, any quick way to bring the above said features into this report.
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