Everywhere I search for SQL Server 2012 Express with Advanced Services, I ended up with this link, http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35579, and every time I install it, I do not see where I can add reporting services as a feature.
Is there another installation file that includes Reporting Services, or do I actually have it now but cannot tell it's installed? I went to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services already and do not see it listed, which tells me that it's not installed?
Update: I've followed Kin's instructions, but just cannot advance further. Here's where I am now. In Reporting Services Configuration Manager, the Connect button is grayed out, and when I click on Find, I get error message of "Unable to connect to the Reporting Services..." See below.
When I go to the SQL Server Configuration Manager, I do not see Reporting Services as a service listed to start of stop. See below.
So, in my mind, perhaps I don't have the Reporting Services installed, so I try to install the features, but there's no Reporting Services listed as an available feature to add. See below. I know I downloaded the .exe file that includes everything available to download, including the Reporting Services. What should my next steps be to troubleshoot further? I'm tempted to uninstall and reinstall, but I'm not confident that I can uninstall properly. There seems to be so many files related to SQL Server 2012, and I'm not sure how that would affect Visual Studio I currently have installed. By the way, I'm on a local desktop installation with Windows 7.