Add pivot charts back to access
hanks everyone for voting and supporting this suggestion.
As you are all aware, Pivot Charts and Pivot Tables have been removed from Access 2013 because the technology they relied on was deprecated (Office Web Components).
Since Pivot Charts as we all know them, will not come back to Access, we are updating the status accordingly and would like to encourage you to continue and use your free votes to support other suggestions.
We need pivot tables and charts in Access. Using Excel is not a viable alternative. You took a very lazy option by just removing them. Poor result for Access users.
Mark Woodhead commented
I'll keep voicing my annoyance at the pivot charts being dropped. I do not want to upgrade to 2016 if it causes me so much work in converting to the Excel solution. I know it works but it's slow and cumbersome. Access 2007 does pivot charts so well by clicking a button and showing the chart in the same window with option to vary the chart with immediate response. PLEASE ADD PIVOT CHARTS BACK INTO ACCESS.
Don't care if MS shot it down, I will keep voting for this. I don't understand how they could do away with such a valuable tool.
Not going to happen. The original suggestion had 700 votes and MS shot it down!