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Jian_KT
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SSRS data difference between displaying mode and print layout mode

Hi, I am a data analyst using report builder. Recently I came across an issue and was blocked for a long time. I created a report with no error but some lines disappear when I am viewing it on print layout mode. The difference will even change if I use the filter to select a different score num. Please please help me to fix this issue if there are anybody when know about this. I appreciateeee it!

The following is the screenshots:before.pngSnipaste_2023-12-08_11-02-43.png

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mahmudk
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I'm having same issue. It looks like preview mode and print mode are not consistent.  Even after when you see it inside power bi server. In peview mode you see more rows, than in print mode, even though the report size is set fixd to letter size. Any fix is appreciated

v-shex-msft
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HI @Jian_KT,

What version of report builder are you used? The data source type that you used to design the report? Can you please share some more detailed information about these?

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Xiaoxin Sheng

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Hi Xiaoxin,

1. I think I am using the newest version. I checked and found no idea to see that.

2. The data is from our database and I used query to get it.

I don't know what items I should try to get this solved. I would appreciate if you give me any suggestions.

 

Jian

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