Access PivotTable maximum height question?

ogrant

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MaxHeight property as it applies to the PivotTable object.

I have created a Access PivotTable. A vertical scroll bar is displayed because there is more data available that cannot be displayed within the maximum height of the field. Is there a way to change the maximum height of the field?
 

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Andrew Fergus

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Hi

Without seeing your database I suspect you may have reached some sort of limit within Access. If this is in a form, you may have reached the limit on the section height within a form or report.

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