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create a pivot table from visual basic

Posted on 2013-12-10
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Hi Experts,
Please your help with some code to créate a pivot table from visual basic in excell
Here is what I have working until opening the Excel file with  the data

        Imports Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel
        Dim XL As excel.Application
        XL = New excel.Application                                    
        XL.Visible = True
        XL.WindowState = excel.XlWindowState.xlMaximized
        Dim w2 As excel.Workbook = XL.Workbooks.Open(ss_tmp_fdr & "REP_C5.XLS")  

Everything else I have tred to créate the pivot table does not work

Regards!
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My advice: turn on Excel's macro recorder, build the PT, and then use the auto-generated code as a guide.  You'll have to tweak it just a bit to conform to the VB.Net syntax, but that is the path of least resistance.
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