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Hide column headers when there is just the chart on a page by itself in a tablix in SSRS-2008

Hide column headers when there is just the chart on a page by itself in a tablix in SSRS-2008

Hide column headers when there is just the chart on a page by itself in a tablix in SSRS-2008

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The way i have this tablix setup is that it includes a line chart as part of the bottom most group (total group), and this group only shows one row, there are other groups on top of total which show multiple rows which span across multiple page when rendered. So, the issue that i' am now having is that when the chart is forced to a new page and without any rows on top of it in the new page, the column headers still appear and i don't want them to show. I have tried hiding the the row that has the column headers based on a condition but that is not working. can anyone please advise on anything else that i should try? Thank you.

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