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Reporting Services - Advanced videos | SSRS Part 24 - Report Templates
Posted by Andrew Gould on 13 October 2014
Creating a Report Template in SSRS can save you lots of time by making sure that the most common elements of your reports are already in place whenever you create a new one. This video demonstrates how to create template report and gives you a few ideas for what you could include in it. You'll also see where you need to save your template to make it available to future projects.
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