SSRS row group data on the right side of the table rather then from the left? Is that possible?

Hi Experts.
I would like to group my parent data on the right side of the table rather than from the left.  However I don't seem to be able to get my child data to appear on the left side. I cannot have repeated data.
Is there a way to have the parent row group data to appear on the right side please. I can't seem to find any example of how to do this.
Group-from-the-right-side-rather-than-frMany thanks,
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bruskhickoryAuthor Commented:
I've raised this issue a number of times including with Microsoft support and I didn't get the answer. I did not know that we can change the tablix to be in reverse. The fix is to change the tablix 'LayoutDirection' to RTL. So simple!
Many thanks for you help!
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