Pagination in SSRS 2005 Reports

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I have several reports in SSRS 2005 that consist of a "report header" area with various textboxes (note this is in the body of the report, not a page header) and then a table -- sometimes a very long table (and then a "report footer" area with some more textboxes, and also a bona fide page footer with some textboxes such as page numbers, but neither of these seem to come into play in the problem being described). The problem is this: If the table is too long such that the "report header" and the entire table do not fit on one page, it will always--at least when printing a hard copy--show the "report header" on a page by itself, and the table on the next page. Is there any way to force it to start the table on the first page and then page break at the first row that does not fit?
ASKED: March 6, 2009  5:09 PM
UPDATED: March 2, 2011  8:03 PM

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there’s a property called “keep together”… try setting that to false and see if that helps at all.

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