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big white gap between detail section of a my report and the footer  when rendering as a pdf

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there is big white gap between detail section of a my report and the footer row - when rendering as a pdf
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Easwaran Paramasivam earned 500 total points
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Without having the RDL file how could we respond? In SSRS itself export your report as PDF and see the white space is still there. If so, modify your RDL file accordingly.
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i figured it out
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by:Sudhir Vangadar
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Hi vbnetcoder,
   Let me know your solution for the problem. I am having same issue in SSRS.
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