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Use the Row Visibility dialog box to show or hide the selected row when the report is first run or to use another report item to toggle the visibility of the row.
Select an option to indicate how the row is initially displayed in the report.
Select this option to show the row.
Select this option to hide the row.
Show or hide based on an expression
Select this option to vary the initial visibility using an expression.
Type an expression that evaluates to a Boolean value of True to hide the item and False to show the item. Click the Expression (fx) button to edit the expression.
Display can be toggled by this report item
Choose this option to display a toggle image that enables the user to show or hide this row in an HTML report viewer.
Type or select the name of a text box in the report in which to display a toggle image; for example, Textbox1. The text box that you choose must be in the current or containing scope for this report item. For example, to toggle visibility of rows associated with a child group, select a text box in a row associated with the parent group. To toggle visibility of a chart, select a text box that is in the same containing scope as the chart; for example, the report body or a rectangle.