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 [Collapse]Get Started with DevExpress Reporting
  [Expand]Add a Report to Your VS Project
   Create a Simple Data-Aware Report
   First Look at the Report Designer
  [Collapse]Create a Report from A to Z
    Lesson 1 - Bind a Report to Data and Create a Layout
    Lesson 2 - Use Parameters to Filter Data in a Report
    Lesson 3 - Provide Navigation to a Report
    Lesson 4 - Provide Interactivity to a Report
    Lesson 5 - Group Report Data and Calculate Summaries
    Lesson 6 - Customize the Report Appearance
 [Expand]Create Popular Reports
 [Expand]Detailed Guide to DevExpress Reporting
 [Expand]Visual Studio Report Designer
 [Expand]Create End-User Reporting Applications
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 End-User Documentation

Create a Report from A to Z

The previous step demonstrated Visual Studio's integrated DevExpress Report Designer. The following topics describe how to use it to design reports in Visual Studio:

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The created reports are platform-agnostic. You can reuse these reports in applications created for different platforms.

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Video Lessons: DevExpress Reporting Tutorial.

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