SSRS - First row gets hidden under Column header

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I have developed a report with SSRS 2012 and when I view the report on the reporting server for some reason the first row of the tablix on page 2 gets hidden under the column header. What could it be??. Also I have enabled to show the column header as and when I scroll down the page but it is not working in here. But this feature is working in the SQL Server Data tool when I test there. I am testing on IE 11. Please help,.

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Mr KnackeredCommented:
Are the column headers being repeated in the Tablix settings?

Tablix Properties - General Tab - Column Headers - Repeat Column Headers on Each Page.

You can also access options for the Groups themselves like repeat on pages by clicking on the advanced option. Where the Row Groups and Column Groups are shown on the designers screen to the right is an arrow (to the right of Column Groups) if you click on this and select advanced mode you can then click on Static and in the properties window you can select KeepWithGroup and RepeatOnNewPage and set them to True.

Have a play around with this turning off the tablix option and then settings the static items with advanced mode on and see if you can get around the problem you are having.
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