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  • Hi everyone, 

    I have a reportviewer in a usercontrol, which resides on a form.

    I haven't played with any weird settings that i don't understand in the viewer, but all my reports are fine on one PC, but totally messed up on another:

    Apparently i can't upload pics.. as my account isnt verified.. and i can't see how to verify it!!!!

    So to describe it; the text inside the tablix's move OUT of the tablix as if the tablix and the text are now 2 different layers of the document.

    All formatting is lost completely.

    In print preview mode and Printed, it is all 100% correct, just the viewer that is wrong!

    Can anyone give an idea on how to fix this or what to look at?

    I'm writing the program as a winforms app in C#.

    GAngel

    Tuesday, September 26, 2017 2:25 PM

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  • Hi Gangel77,

    It seems that when you view it in browser in other computer, it will occur this issue, right? If I have something misunderstood, please correct me.

    It might be related to the browser, you could change the browser to see whether it works or not. Or If you use IE browser, you could try to add corresponding url in Tools->Compatibility View Setting, and Press F12 to modify the Document Mode other mode(7,8, 9) to see whether it works or not.

    In addition, did you use local report(.rdlc) in report viewer control? If so, you could try to use report which is from report manager in report viewer control to see whether it works or not. Or you could refresh the page to see whether it is caused by the loading. I hope this will help you.

    If you have any question, please feel free to ask.
    Best regards,
    Zoe Zhi


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    Wednesday, September 27, 2017 5:43 AM