Access - Crosstab without a row specification

Please offer if I can create a crosstab query without a row specified so that I just have dates as column headers and counts as the values.

If I do a regular select query with a count on dates, the dates end up in the row location.

Thank you..
exp vgAsked:
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exp vgAuthor Commented:
I tried this without success as well

TRANSFORM CountDateYYYYMM AS CountOfDateYYYYMM
SELECT DateYYYYMM
FROM [First Time Dispenses Structure]
PIVOT [First Time Dispenses Structure].DateYYYYMM;
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exp vgAuthor Commented:
This almost gets me there:

TRANSFORM Count(DateYYYYMM) AS CountOfDateYYYYMM
Select DateYYYYMM
FROM [First Time Dispenses Structure]
GROUP BY DateYYYYMM
PIVOT [First Time Dispenses Structure].DateYYYYMM;

So the dates are now the columns, but I cannot remove the Group By line.

Thanks.
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Dale FyeCommented:
Try:

TRANSFORM: Count([Dateyyyymm]) as CountOfDateYYYYMM
SELECT "Record Count" as [Date]
FROM [First Time Dispenses Structure]
GROUP BY "Record Count"
PIVOT [First Time Dispenses Structure].[DateYYYYMM]

This will create an extra column with the Column header of "Date" and a single row of data with a row header of "Row Count"
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exp vgAuthor Commented:
Awesome - thank you!
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exp vgAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much.
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Dale FyeCommented:
glad to help.
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