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Can An Excel Pivot Table Be Converted To A PDF?

A pivot chart is a graphical representation of the data in a pivot table. I would recommend using the pivot tools menus to fins out where the source table is and work from there.

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The code: CMD_B2 = [RDB_SEARCH]; CMD_Y = [RDB_RANGE_SEARCH]; [RDB_SEARCH] As we see, we need to insert a row number in case we want to create a new object. [RDB_RAISE] [RDB_RANGE_SEARCH] The code can be simplified by use of a temporary variable. When an object is called inside a SELECT, UPDATE or DELETE command, this variable is set to the data type of the objects we want to call. This code: CMD_Q1 = 'RDB_List_Selection'; “RDB_List_Selection” “RDB_List_Selection” CMD_F6 [RDB_RANGE_SELECT] [CMD_Q1]; “RDB_List_Selection” These are the lines that creates the object with the row number in A1. If it's not possible to call CMD_F6 on the object, just use the standard Excel SQL CMD .cmd [CMD_F6] With the object successfully added to the object store, let's do the same with the other object (in my case the worksheet) in order to create a PDF file. I'll call it worksheet. To create a PDF with the current sheet, call the following code. CMD_Y = [RDB_RANGE_INTO]; [CMD_Y] CMD_Y = [RDB_RANGE_INTO];.

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