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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Creating a PivotTable from External Data

You can create a PivotTable from selected fields and records of an external data source in either of two ways. If you've already set up a query to an external source using Microsoft Query (or its simplified front-end, the Query Wizard), you will see the dialog box shown in Figure 30-35 before the data appears in Excel. (For information about using Microsoft Query and the Query Wizard, see "Creating a New Database Query".) Instead of selecting Existing Worksheet or New Worksheet in this dialog box, click the Create A PivotTable Report link. This link takes you to Step 3 of the PivotTable And PivotChart Wizard (refer to Figure 30-6). Tell the wizard where to put the table, lay out your fields, and you're ...

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