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SSRS 2008 Jump To Report

In report A, users will scroll way over to the right to find column called AMOUNT.  (It's a long report)
Users will then click the AMOUNT column, which will then Jump them to Report B.
When they are finished with Report B, they will click Back Arrow to go back to Report A.

Now, is there a way, when going back to Report A, I can get Report A positioned in the same area where the AMOUNT column was when they clicked it.

Right now, the users have to scroll way over to the right again to see the column called AMOUNT, when coming back from Report B.
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thayduck

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Sorry, I mean it is a wide report.
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No, don't bother. But, thanks for your input.
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Thanks for your input.
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