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How to: Change Row Height or Column Width (Reporting Services)

SQL Server 2008

When you set a row height, you are specifying the maximum height for the row in the rendered report. However, by default, text boxes in the row are set to grow vertically to accommodate their data at run-time, and this can cause a row to expand beyond the height that you specify. To set a fixed row height, you must change the text box properties so they do not automatically expand.

When you set a column width, you are specifying the maximum width for the column in the rendered report. Columns do not automatically adjust horizontally to accommodate text.

If a cell in a row or column contains a rectangle or data region, the minimum height and width of the cell is determined by the height and width of the contained item. For more information, see Understanding Rendering Behaviors.

To change row height

  1. In Design view, click anywhere in the Tablix data region to select it. Gray row handles appear on the outside border of the Tablix data region.

  2. Hover over the row handle edge that you want to expand. A double-headed arrow appears.

  3. Click to grab the edge of the row and move it higher or lower to adjust the row height.

To prevent a row from automatically expanding vertically

  1. In Design view, click anywhere in the Tablix data region to select it. Gray row handles appear on the outside border of the Tablix data region.

  2. Click the row handle to select the row.

  3. In the Properties pane, set CanGrow to False.

    NoteNote

    If you cannot see the Properties pane, from the View menu, click Properties Window.

To change column width

  1. In Design view, click anywhere in the Tablix data region to select it. Gray column handles appear on the outside border of the Tablix data region.

  2. Hover over the column handle edge that you want to expand. A double-headed arrow appears.

  3. Click to grab the edge of the column and move it left or right to adjust the column width.

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