alright, that works for this specific example, but is there any way to do this in a fashion that doesn't require me to explicitly declare the names of the columns in the fashion you provided? IE, rather than:
SELECT Question, [A] AS A, AS B, [C] AS C, [D] AS D
have some sort of way whereby I can have the A, B, C, and D parts generated through a query? because, ultimately, what I need to do with this, is take a list of about 80 distinct "users" and transform them into columns, and while I could of course just explicitly name them A, B, C, D, etc, all the way up to 80, it would be nice if I could generate this in some fashion.