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Default How to use .css files with SQL SERVER 2005 reporti

I am new to SQL Server 2005 reporting services, Can somebody tell me as to how we can use a .css file with SQL server 2005 reporting servics.
I have predefined .css file I want to use that in my dataset. How can I do that?
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