Pivot Table Error - Too Many Records

Posted on 2009-12-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
when trying to add a row field to a pivot table I'm receiving an error message indicating "too many records to complete this operation.  The pivot is not that large (results only a few hundred rows...any idea why this is happening and how to fix it?

The data is being pulled from an Access Query.

Proprietary info so I cannot attach the file...sorry.
Question by:marquest
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    Please refer this:

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    This one for Excel 2003:

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    Thanks for the turned out to be something related to a calculated field...once I deleted the calced field it appears that it is working.
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    Yes. Because PIVOT takes into account calculated field rowset as well while checking the limits.

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