I'm using SQL Server Data Tools for Visual Studio 2013 to create SSRS reports. One of the report is a Pie Chart which I want the Data Points to be displayed both Inside and Outside the pie. Is that even possible?
Under the Pie properties » CustomAttributes » PieLabelStyle you can only select "Inside" or "Outside". I see an <Expression...> option but I'm not sure how this used to accomplish have the data point labels both inside and outside the pie chart.
Any recommendation or assistance on this would be great!
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