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Adding Interactive Features

In environments that support interactivity, such as HTML 4.0, reports can include a variety of features that provide interactivity to users. Users can influence the appearance of a report and the data it contains by typing or selecting a value before running the report. A user can show or hide items in a report and click links that go to other reports or Web pages. Reporting Services also provides a document map, which acts like a table of contents. A user can click items in the document map to jump to areas within a report. For more information, see Providing User Interaction in Reports.

Hiding Report Items

Provides information about controlling the visibility of items in a report..

Adding Links to a Report

Provides information about ways to specify links and related content.

Adding a Document Map

Explains how to add a document map to support navigation in a large report.

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