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Is there a way to simulate Excel Pivot table in MS ACCESS??

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Hi,

Is there a way to simulate the Excel Pivot table flexibility in MS Access? I mean, once I get the needed data into one table, instead of writing one query to for an analysis point, I'd lke to be able to change (add / remove) columns from the Form GUI without having to go back to Query Design/SQL. Similarly to those flexibility we have in Excel.

I know I can always transfer table to Excel and use Pivot table, but when I have a large tables (20-30) columns and >65K rows, Excel is not a good solution.

Thanks,
Oct 5 '06 #1
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What version of access are you using? Access 2003 supports pivot tables. You may want to upgrade.

Hi,

Is there a way to simulate the Excel Pivot table flexibility in MS Access? I mean, once I get the needed data into one table, instead of writing one query to for an analysis point, I'd lke to be able to change (add / remove) columns from the Form GUI without having to go back to Query Design/SQL. Similarly to those flexibility we have in Excel.

I know I can always transfer table to Excel and use Pivot table, but when I have a large tables (20-30) columns and >65K rows, Excel is not a good solution.

Thanks,
Oct 6 '06 #2

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