Issue in SSRS report

Issue in SSRS report
I have a table format report, in SSRS when i try to export i should get 10 rows per sheet.
I try to change the page limit and break option but the result doesn’t get splitted
Can you please any one helps

This can be done at the reporting level. Below link will help you solve this.
When you have multiple pages, your header may disappear. So below link will help you to have the header repeating in each page.
Let me know how it goes.
[email protected]
Dr.Subramani Paramasivam

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