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Access 2010 Pivot Charts

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Hi Experts,

I'm trying to learn how to use Pivot Charts in Access 2010.  I have attached an example of what I would like to recreate in Access.  Is this even possible?  If so are there any resources I could be pointed to that would help me figure out how to do it?  I'm having trouble creating anything but basic bar charts whereas I need % of totals.

Thanks!
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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Please post a sample of the source. (in an Excel table)
Then post a clear, graphical example of the *exact* output you need based on the sample data.
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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Also, does this *have* to be a Pivot Chart?

The chart you posted can be created quite simply in a standard chart.
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Hi...no it does not need to be a Pivot Chart...I just thought that was the only way to get the graph I needed.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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Sorr, I did not mean to drop this question...

What you have asked for here will be difficult to replicate with any manner of Access chart.
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