SSRS 2005 check render format

Hi, My SSRS 2005 Report Contain Hyperlinks.
When I am exporting this Report into PDF, inside PDF this Hyperlink still showing up and when i click on that, it is redirect on that link.
I want the Hyperlink Active in Report Manager , not after Exporting to PDF.
How can we Remove Hyperlink, when rendering to PDF ? or how can i possibly check is the report is interactive
Thanks !!!

SSRS 2005 does not have RenderFormat !
Ah sorry I missed you're on SSRS 2005
Then only way is to create a separate version for PDF with those hyperlinks removed and call it via link from main report by specifying full report viewer url for the report
Please Mark This As Answer if it helps to solve the issue Visakh ----------------------------

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    Traditionally, VJs use PhotoJPEG codec, which also works well, but it's a bad editing codec. So you would have to export an edited master, then convert.
    If you want it to look as good as possible, definitely schedule some time to test the footage on the wall. You may want to change the color correction of your footage to match the projectors. And if you feed the video wall some flat gray, you can see if any of the projectors need to be  adjusted.
    I'm not sure what application you're using for playback, but QuickTime Player 7 works well. It has an option to play fullscreen on an external monitor (View > Present Movie…).

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