Unnecessary Blank Rows In Excel 2003 Pivot Table

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I have a pivot table based on a large dataset within Excel itself. The dataset looks as follows:

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I have:

Excel 2003ABCD1StockDatePriceReturn2MSFT31-Dec-1027.91-6.97%3MSFT31-Dec-093054.32%4MSFT31-
Dec-0819.44-45.39%5MSFT31-Dec-0735.619.22%6MSFT29-Dec-0629.8614.19%7MSFT30-Dec-0526.15-2.13%8MSFT31-
Dec-0426.72-2.37%9MSFT31-Dec-0327.37111.84%10MSFT31-Dec-0212.92-21.98%11MSFT31-Dec-0116.5652.77%12MSFT29-

[Code] .......

and would like:

Excel 2003ABCD1Sum of ReturnStock2DateBAINTCMSFT331-Dec-970.83851.14150.5659431-Dec-98-0.33350.68793.2921531-
Dec-990.27041.77732.3668629-Dec-000.59270.4606-0.6286731-Dec-01-0.41240.04620.5277831-
Dec-02-0.1493-0.5049-0.2198931-Dec-030.27741.05841.11841031-Dec-040.2285-0.2702-0.02371130-

[Code] ...........

Code:
Sub codedPTable()
Dim pt As PivotTable
Dim strField As String
Dim WSD As Worksheet
Set WSD = Worksheets("Data")

[Code] ..........

Only prints this:

Excel 2003ABCDE1Sum of ReturnStock2BAINTCMSFTGrand Total3Total1.99894.69867.331214.0287Sheet2

If you have a more compact macro than what I tried to change above even better (the data is in the simplest testing format).

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NameOwnerJan JanJanFebFebFeb
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Project 1Region 1 126.1 119.6 119.6
Project 2Region 2 18.0 0.9 0.9 8.2 8.2
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Sub DeleteRows()
'
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'
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'
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