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Pivot tables from visual basic 6

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Hi,

I need to generate pivot tables for various queries which may involve different tables. I want to be able to bring up the pivot table view along with the Pivot Table Field List for a resulting set using visual basic 6.

Can you refere me to some examples.


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do u want to do this using the microsoft office component?
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I wanted to bring up Pivot Table reports from VBA. But I got it. you simply set the default view of a form to PivotTable.

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