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RDLC repeat picture in body of report on every page

Hi All,

I have already read all threads regarding my issue, but I cannot resolve my issue.

I would like to display a picture in every page of RDLC report.

I am working with NAV2013 R2 and I have created a new report, which works as expected.
Header and footer have pictures that are displayed on every page as expected, but now, I have a picture in body of report, that is displayed only on first page.
It has to be displayed on all pages of report.

Picture is placed as a background of Rectangle. This rectangle should be displayed/printed on every page of report, but it is printed only on first page.

Thank you for your ideas.

Damjan

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Joyzhao-MSFT answered

Hi @DamjanZakojc-3985 ,
In addition to using List, I also tested Repeat With property.
Every image control has a property "RepeatWith", we can use this property to show image on each page.

Select the image control, find "Repeat With" in the property bar, and bind the corresponding text box or Tablix. Image will be repeated on each page.
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For more information,please refer to: Repeat the images in body on every page.
This should apply to your situation. Hope this helps.
Best Regards,
Joy


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Joyzhao-MSFT answered DamjanZakojc-3985 commented

Hi @DamjanZakojc-3985 ,
Where is your Image placed in the report body? If it is placed in Tablix, you only need to insert a row—Inside Group-Below according to your grouping, and the Image in this row will be repeated on each page.
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When Image is located in or above the header of Tablix, it can also be repeated on each page.
If your issue is not resolved, please share a screenshot of your report design if possible.

Best Regards,
Joy


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Hi @Joyzhao-MSFT

I tried your suggestion, but it does not work.

Here is my RDLC layout
- at the moment I do not have any table, just textboxes and image on far right is just a rectangle with background.
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footer has also one rectangle with background applied.
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Hi @DamjanZakojc-3985
Assuming you use List, the Image in the List will be repeated on each page.
In my report, I created a List with many text boxes, and I inserted pictures in the List. As shown below.
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Set Rectangle Properties to paginate the report.
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The preview is as follows:
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But I am not sure that List is suitable for your situation.
Best Regards,
Joy

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DamjanZakojc-3985 answered

Hi @Joyzhao-MSFT

I made it, tnx.

I used the tablix as you described. Tnx Damjan

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