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IMPORTING AND EXPORTING ACCESS OBJECTS TO HTML DOCUMENTS THE EASY WAY

As mentioned at the start of this chapter, HTML is a language used for creating Web pages used with the Internet and intranets. In Access, you can create HTML files from the various Access objects.

You can export objects in three ways—by exporting the document to an HTML, ASP, or IDC file type.

Using Export for Exporting to HTML

The most expedient way to export an object to HTML format is to highlight the object to export—in this case, the tblCustomers table—and then choose Export from the File menu. In the standard Export As dialog, select HTML Documents from the Save as Type drop-down list.

A couple of extra options become available when you choose HTML Documents (see Figure ...

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