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Access 2002 Programming by Example by Bob Villareal

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Creating a Data Access Page

Just a few years ago, creating a dynamic, or live, Web page linked to data in a database, even in Microsoft Access, was a daunting task. Data Access Pages have changed all that by streamlining the process enormously. They offer more than just a way to place a form on the Internet. They offer a whole new way for a database user to interact with live data, not only from the local office, but from anywhere in the world.

There are a variety of methods of creating Data Access Pages, so how do you know which is the best method to use? It depends on what you want to do. If you want to create a page that looks like an object (such as a form) that you have previously created, simply click on the object and choose File, Save ...

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