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Access 2003 table as source for EXCEL 2010 Pivot Table

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I have an access 2003 table and would like the table to be the source for an EXCEL Pivot.  Now I am appending the data from the access 2003 table to the EXCEL 2010 workbook.

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I don't see a problem using an .mdb as the source.  What problem are you having?
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