Unfortunately, no. Microsoft removed Pivot tables and charts in Access 2013. One can stick to Access 2010 (or the free run-time version) and keep those features. Access 2013 and 2016 offer limited enhancements from the 2010 version.
Articles in this section
- How to change the Office 365 update cycle to the Monthly Enterprise Channel
- Can you convert a DAO database to an ADO database?
- How do you know if you are using the 2016 or 2019 version of Microsoft Access in Office 365?
- Access reports that databases are in an 'inconsistent state'
- Do you have a solution that enables the continued use of pivot table/chart representations in Access 2016?
- What Product will help Speed up Access on the Network?
- Error Message: The Visual Basic for Applications project in the database is corrupt