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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Creating a New Web Database

When you first start Access 2010, you see the New tab on the Microsoft Office Backstage view, as shown in Figure 6-1. We explored the New tab in detail in Chapter 2, and in Chapter 4.

You can see the New tab of the Backstage view when you first launch Access 2010.

Figure 6-1. You can see the New tab of the Backstage view when you first launch Access 2010.

Using a Database Template to Create a Web Database

Web databases are a new templafeature for Access 2010, so even if you’re an experienced developer, you might find that studying the built-in web application templates will help you understand how to design and work with web databases. You might find that one of these applications meets most of your ...

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