SSRS – Show Fields Only On First Page

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To show a field only on the first page of a report, go to the field properties and select <Expression…>:

SSRSHideFields

Then enter the following expression – this will check if the page number is 1, and if so, display the field:

=iif(Globals!PageNumber = 1, FALSE, TRUE)

HideFields2

 

 

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