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I am not seeing the properties link in Reporting Manager.

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I am not seeing the properties link in Reporting Manager. Why not? I am using SQL Server 2008 R2.

This link shows what I am looking for and should be seeing.  There is a link for contents and properties and i don't see either

http://markvsql.com/2010/05/clarification-on-viewing-report-properties-in-ssrs-20052008/
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I think the interface has changed in R2. The screenshots from the article you refer to are no longer valid. When you hover over the name of a report (no need to switch to detail view first) a box is shown around the name of the report. At the right of this box is a dropdown arrow. Click this to get additional options (click Manage for the properties).
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