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Powershell with Excel Pivot Table

Posted on 2013-06-12
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Ok. Attaching what I have already. I would like powershell take the table in attachment 1, which is its own worksheet named "AllServers" , create a new sheet name with a pivot table from attachment 2. Is this even possible?

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powershell knows nothing about pivot tables and an excel vba solution would be a much better fit.
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Thanks for the Info.
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