Is it possible to automate how to select PivotTable fields once Pivot table is created?

Hello dear UiPath community…I’d like to know how to automate “selections” <Excel Pivot Table “fields” (filters, columns, rows, values)> off a pivot table created via uIPath. I was able to create a pivot table using the “Create Pivot table” activity ( in the “Excel application Scope”), but I got stuck as I don’t possess the knowledge to figure out next steps to “play” with what to show on the output of such pivot table. Is this even possible? My ultimate objective actually is to count the number of lines per country of a pre-set report that I’m getting from SAP. If I’m doing this manually ( without Uipath) , I would create a pivot table, thus I’m guess I’m trying to follow the same logic as if I’m doing this manually. Thank you.

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