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

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Exploring the Access Services Shell

Above your web form pages, you’ll see a few hyperlinks and buttons that appear on every page of your Access Services site—the name of your published Access Services site, the Options button, the Help button, and your login name, as shown in Figure 22-22. These elements are referred to as the shell of your Access Services site. In the upper-left corner, you’ll see the name of your Access Services site—BOSS, in our example. Click this hyperlink to return to the default page (your web startup form) at any time. Click Options, and Access Services displays four options in a drop-down list—Open In Access, Site Permissions, Settings, and Navigate Up. You can use the options in this menu to open a copy of the web application ...

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