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SSRS Display Issues with IE9

Good Day Using SSRS 2008 to create reports. They are hosted on SQL Sever 2008 reporting services. All works out great until we try to view them using IE9. In that case a row will expand to go off the screen. If we change the zoom level the report will display correctly, until we move to the next page or change to another report. In desperation I tried to set the Can Grow property to False for all rows on the table. This appears to be happening on all of our reports. Any suggestions appreciated. cheers bob
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Did you try to enable the Compatibility View in IE9?
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Yes I did, and that did not help. One thing I did just try and it did help, was to move the report to a reporting server hosted on a SQL Server 2008R2 box that our SharePoint team is using. On that server this one report seems to display OK. But I would hate to think that is the solution, move to a new reporting server just because we changed browsers
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Or you could stay on the existing server and NOT change browsers :)
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Seriously though, the [MSDN page for supported browsers for SSRS 2008][1] only lists up to IE7. The [page for SSRS 2008 R2][2] directs you to [another page][3] which lists IE8 as supported, but with caveats. [1]: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms156511(v=SQL.100).aspx [2]: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms156511(v=SQL.105).aspx [3]: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms251673.aspx
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Thanks a bunch that settles that. I feel really really small, not thinking about looking for supported browsers.
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Don't sweat it! We all overlook the simplest things sometimes, .... daily for me!
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