In this article of our series, we have gone over how to set
the CSS class for objects in your report for a web application. As mentioned,
this is fairly straight forward for the ASP.NET reports. In the next part we
will go over how to do this for a Windows Application, which is a bit more
difficult. We demonstrated that using the SetCSSClass method in the ReportDocument
object makes the ability to change formatting easier than in a windows
application. We also mentioned that the class can also be set at design time.
Hopefully this helps for anyone creating commercial or
internally developed software that needs a different look and feel for various
customers. Keep on reporting, and happy coding!