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Microsoft Office Access 2003 in a Snap by Alison Balter

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Chapter 14. Access and the Internet

IN THIS CHAPTER:

  • 79 Export to HTML

  • 80 Export to XML

  • 81 Import from HTML

  • 82 Import from XML

  • 83 Create and Modify Data Access Pages

  • 84 Save PivotTables and PivotCharts to Data Access Pages

Export to HTML

Before You Begin

42

Build a New Table

43

About Selecting the Appropriate Field Type for Your Data

48

Create Queries

See Also

80

Export to XML

81

Import from HTML

82

Import from XML

Probably one of the most basic but powerful features in Access is the capability to save database objects as HTML documents. You can publish table data, query results, form datasheets, forms, and reports as HTML. This allows users that do not have Access to update the tables in your database using a browser.

  1. Click Tables in the Objects List

    Click Tables ...

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