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I have an SSRS report like above and I want to hide the Tip column for the A/R, Deposits, and Gift Card Sales.  I have tried hiding with an expression, but it doesn't work.  Any suggestions?  I can exclude from Stored Procedure also.  I am going round and round with this and I think it is just something simple hopefully!    This is what I am trying to achieve either through SSRS or the SQL stored procedure.  Thanks!  what I would like to see
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Have you tried splitting the header row?

At the moment, the header row is spanning across two columns. If you delete that row, then recreate it so that there is no merging, do you still have the same problem?
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I will give that a try.
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