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Can a pivot cache be based on one data series of a pivot table in vba?

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I need to create a pivot chart for each data series in the pivot table.

I think I need to create separate pivot caches from the pivot table.  Is this correct?

In the attached file I need to create a pivot chart for each grade.
PivotTableReport-20130107-124948.xlsx
Union-method-CreateChartExcel201.txt
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No, don't think you do need separate caches. Well, that assumes they can use the same data source.

Have a read of : http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Office_Suites/MS_Office/Excel/A_11752-How-do-I-separate-PivotTables.html  Also has some VBA example code...
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