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Use SQL query to make data easier to manage in Excel

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Microsoft SQL Server 2005
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I am using a program called WinAudit to scan client PCs.  It is able to dump the audit into a SQL database, but I have not been able to pull this data into excel and have it display how I want it to as a report.

The attached screenshot shows the structure of the data in SQL
 SQL Query
And this image shows how I would like the data to be pulled into Excel
 Excel view
I basically need the values of the column "ItemName" to end up each being their own column name under which it displays the values of "ItemValue1"

Is this even possible?
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