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Create Pivot table in excel thro' R5

Create Pivot table in excel thro' R5


How to create a Pivot table of the data which is in excel file thro' Lotus notes designer R5?

Firstly, on click of a button -> creates a excel file with the required date.
Now, after the data is exported, how to create a pivot table of that data.

RE: Create Pivot table in excel thro' R5

Isn't that something that an Excel macro would do better ? Besides, if you have instructions to do it in Excel, how can you trigger it in Notes ?


I've got nothing to hide, and I'd very much like to keep that away from prying eyes.

RE: Create Pivot table in excel thro' R5


you use the GetObject method to get the workbook:


Dim AppXLwb As Variant

Set AppXLwb = GetObject("C:\TEST.xls", "Excel.Workbook")

With AppXLwb
 'Your Code Here
End With

Set AppXLwb = Nothing

AppXLwb behaves as a regular Excel workbook as far as I know.



RE: Create Pivot table in excel thro' R5

sorry, "Excel.Workbook" needs to be "Excel.Sheet". It does behave a workbook though.



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