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This procedure starts with the cell that contains the Field Name label, verifies that the next
cell in the field name column isn’t blank, and then moves through the Do…While loop,
assigning fields to the listed orientation and position, until it finds a blank cell in the list of
Tip Make Each One Special
You should make a version of the ResetFromRecorded procedure for each stored position
you want to use. In doing so, you would be able to specify the starting cell in the macro
code and attach the macro to a menu item, toolbar button, or other object so that the
macro can be run with a single click.
In this chapter, you’ve explored PivotTables and PivotCharts, learning how to create them
programmatically and through the Excel user interface. After the discussion of how to create
PivotTables, you learned some valuable techniques for manipulating them programmatically.
The procedures at the end of the chapter are valuable tools for anyone who wants to use data
to tell a story, instead of fumbling for words while trying to find a particular PivotTable layout.