Issue with SSRS Report Exporting to Excel and word

Hi,
When report is exporting in word and Excel getting format issue, but same report export with pdf there is  no issue.
Regards,
Afroz

You need to be always careful when export format is Word and specially Excel. Sometimes report result looks good in Report Viewer and PDF too, but it may not in MS Word and MS Excel.
You need to understand Word and Excel limitations and align all the data regions (Tablix, Rectangles, Texboxes) in correct way.
Also, you may post the actual formatting issue that you get. (With screenshot if possible)
Please read Limitation section in below:
Exporting to Microsoft Word
Exporting to Microsoft Excel
Refer:
Ten Common SQL Server Reporting Services Challenges and Solutions
-Vaibhav Chaudhari

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