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SSRS Page Break between Tablix in Print View

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I'm using SSRS 2012 in BIDS.
I have a report which contains three tablixes (tablixii?) all based on different datasets. I would like a page break between the second and third tablix. So far I have added a page break in the tablix properties of the second tablix and when I run the report in preview this works fine. However, when I open Print preview, the page break is ignored.
I then tried setting the page break in the second tablix using Advanced Mode in the group details option. Of course, this results in a age break between every record in the second tablix.
The question is, how can I get a page break to appear between the second and third tablix in the print preview?
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planocz earned 500 total points
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You might try this...
Between the tablix's made a rectrangle and place a page breah inside it.
This should force a regular page break at that point.
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Does the job. Thanks Planocz.
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