We're sorry Aspose doesn't work properply without JavaScript enabled.

Free Support Forum - aspose.com

SSRS Reports to PowerPoint Slide - change Slide SIZE


When I am exporting the SSRS reports from report viewer web part in SharePoint 2010 to PowerPoint 2007 PPTX, I am having the following issues. I greatly appreciate your time for helping me.
1) The SIZE of the slide i.e. the Percentage Size on the bottom right of PowerPoint slides is fixed 60% for all the slides when the SSRS reports are exported to PowerPoint.
Solution Needed: How can I change the Slide Size by
percentage to 100% by default, so that every report when exported to
PowerPoint, each slide is 100% by default.

2) There is lot of white space on left side and right side in all reports and in all the PowerPoint slides.
Solution Needed: How can I remove the white spaces on both the sides and fit the report in whole slide.

3) By default powerpoint slides are in Landscape (Design–>Slide Orientation–>Landscape), which is the default option if you create a powerpoint manually, but when I change that option to Potrait, the whole table structure is messed up and if I change it back to Landscape also, its still messed up, which worries me more.
Solution Needed: Is there any way we can fix this error, so that users can change to Portrait or Landscape options back and forth based on their requirement.

Please let me know if I can fix any of the above issues by extending the Aspose.Slides by using .net Aspose.Slides.ReportingServices DLL and how can I fix these.

FYI: I have tried changing the size of the slide in a .net project by adding Aspose.Slides.ReportingServices DLL reference, but the Size property of the Slide class is read only as shown below, there is no set accessor.
namespace Aspose.Slides.ReportingServices.Extension
public abstract class Slide
protected Slide();

public abstract int Index { get; }
public abstract SizeF Size { get; }

public abstract void AddImage(Stream stream, RectangleF rectangle);
public abstract void AddNote(string text, TextFormat textFormat);
public abstract void AddTextBox(string text, RectangleF rectangle, Color background, TextFormat textFormat);
So I am assuming we can not change the size of the slides. Please let me know if I am wrong.


Hi Santosh,

I have observed that you have shared the similar inquiry in another forum thread as well and have shared my feedback for your reference over this link. Please share, if I may help you further in this regard.

Many Thanks,