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SSRS page break on parameter values

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I have a basic report with one table and a parameter against customer name.  So when the user runs the report they get prompted to select the customer names they wish to run the report against.

How do I set page breaks for each of the parameter values selected?
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One option would be to do like this:  Insert everything in one list, Filter list on your parameter and under the row group properties please select/use option page break "between each instance of the group".
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