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

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Using Your Published Web Database in Access

Now that you’ve seen what happens during the publish process and understand how to work with your Access Services site in a web browser, let’s show you what happens when you open a published web database in Access client. If you still have the BOSS.accdb published web database open from the start of this chapter, close the database. Note that if you click the File tab on the backstage view, Access displays Close Web Application instead of Close Database. You can use this option to close the application or click the Close X button in the upper-right corner of the application window to close the database and Access. Open your published web database and you’ll notice that Access displays the dialog box ...

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