Session 3: Enhancing Reports with Interactive Features


Running Time: 59 minutes | For users who access and view reports online most of the time, you can add interactive features to make it easier for them to use your reports. In this session, you'll learn how to allow the user to change the sort order of data, add tooltips, or make it possible to expand and collapse sections of your report. You'll also learn how to employ navigation aids to help the user easily move to information located in the same report or to access information contained in ...

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In this new eLearning course, students will get an introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). This course will show you how to use the development tools effectively, how to present and enhance data in a report, and how to create dynamic reports.

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