MS Visual studio 2010 print text title in header on all report pages

I have a report that has a header, within this header is a text object that is the title of the report. It appears that within the report header properties I only have the option to print the header on the 1st or last page of the report or both, but cannot print on all pages.

Is this just a limited capability of MS Visual Studio 2010?
Jeremy KirkbrideAsked:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
It has been a while since I have used Microsoft Reporting.  What happens if you don't have a check for Print on First Page or Print on Last Page (neither checked)?
Jeremy KirkbrideAuthor Commented:
The header doesn't show up at all on any pages. At least not in preview mode, I didn't actually try printing the report, but I would like to think that preview mode would match the actual end result.
Bob LearnedCommented:
The page header is supposed to print on all pages.  What happens if you check both boxes?
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I set up a local RDLC report, with a page header, and both boxes checked, and the page header prints on every page.

RDLC Page 2 with Page Header
perhaps it is easier for you to solve the issue by using a report control like the one presented at

There is a difference between report header and page header. Report header is for the entire report so you print it at top of first page or bottom of last page. A page header is for every page in the report so gets printed on every page.

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Jeremy KirkbrideAuthor Commented:
Thank you!
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