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SSRS Matrix moves textboxes to the right

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I have developed a SSRS report with a Matrix, my report has to textboxes at the top centre as the name of the report.  When I preview the report the textboxes move to the top far right of the page where the matrix ends, how do I configure the report so the textboxes stay in the centre of the page?

I know it is the matrix that is causing the problem because when I move the matrix from the left of the page to the centre under the textboxes the textboxes stay in the centre of the page.

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SQLSearcher
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Have you tried looking a the report properties, specifically the orientation and margins?
Is your matrix, in the designer, smaller than the resulting report when it is run? You may want to try expanding the report width in the designer.
Also, what happens if you put the two text boxes in a Header.  You would have to insert a Header first.
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Moved textboxes into a header and they stopped moving.
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