EXCEL VBA - PIVOT TABLES VIDEOS▼
- Excel VBA Part 51.1 - Introduction to Pivot Tables in VBA
- Excel VBA Part 51.2 - Pivot Tables using an Access Database
- Excel VBA Part 51.3 - Pivot Tables using a SQL Server Database
- Excel VBA Part 51.4 - Pivot Tables and Consolidation Ranges
- Excel VBA Part 51.5 - PowerPivot Data Models
- Excel VBA Part 51.6 - Pivot Charts
- Excel VBA Part 51.7 - Pivot Table Slicers
- Excel VBA Part 51.8 - Pivot Table Date Fields and Timelines
Excel VBA - pivot tables videos | Excel VBA Part 51.3 - Pivot Tables using a SQL Server Database
Posted by Andrew Gould on 15 December 2016
This video explains how to create an Excel pivot table based on a SQL Server database. You'll learn how to create connections to external data sources, how to edit connection strings and how to create a pivot cache using the external connection. The video also shows you how to create views in SQL Server Management Studio, along with how to write basic SQL statements in your VBA code to create flexible queries that you can use to create pivot tables.
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