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VB.net 2022 RDLC Report Column Width

VB.net 2022 RDLC Report Column Width

VB.net 2022 RDLC Report Column Width

(OP)
I've finally got the RDLC to work in 2022.
I do have on issue with the table(Tablix) on the report.
In the report designer I can change the column width with my mouse, but there is not a width property that I can find when I click on the column and view the properties.
Google searches suggest that it is there, but I don't see it.
There is a Size property but clicking on it does nothing.
Is it being blocked by some other setting?

Auguy
Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

RE: VB.net 2022 RDLC Report Column Width

(OP)
Found a way to set the width of a column.
You can set the size (Height & Width) in the properties of any text box in the column.
The entire column will then change to the width you set in the text box.
Seems a bit strange, but OK.

Auguy
Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

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