Ssrs 2008 export to excel and csv file

In a ssrs 2008 report, the user will export data to PDF, excel, and CSV files. When the report is exported to excel or csv file, the user wants me to hide some tablixes. Thus can you show me code on how to export the reports to csv or excel file without
and be able to hide a few tablixes?

Hi jazz_dog,
According to your description, you want to set the visibility for some tablixes based on the exporting file type. Right?
In Reporting Services 2008, we don't have any parameter to get type of exporting file. So we can only create a parameter and select a type before exporting to a file. Then use conditional expression to control the visibility. It's definitely not a good workaround,
so your goal can't be achieved in Reporting Services 2008. However, for Reporting Service 2008R2 or later version, we have a build-in parameter called Render Format Name, this parameter will display the type of exporting file automatically. So we can make
the judgment in expression based on the value of this parameter.
Reference:
Built-in Globals and Users References (Report Builder and SSRS)
If you have any question, please feel free to ask.
Best Regards,
Simon Hou

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