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SSRS Report while Rendering to EXCEL

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I have a requirement while rendering into EXCEL.

While interactively I would like to show like this

Date                    Amount
2/1/2013              $100
                             $200
2/2/2013              $50
                             $75

When render into excel the I would like to show like this

Date                    Amount
2/1/2013              $100
2/1/2013              $200
2/2/2013              $50
2/2/2013              $75

Is this possible while rendering into excel.
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The easiest way to achieve that is to create two tablixes: one for interactive use with grouping on date and one for export to Excel without grouping.  You can use the Globals!RenderFormat.Name property to detect the render format.  For Excel it will be set to "EXCEL".

So an expression for the Hidden property of the tablix may look like this:

=IIF(Globals!RenderFormat.Name = "EXCEL", True, False)

More details: Hide/Show Items Dependant On Export Format (SSRS)
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