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PUBLISHING TO OTHER WEB FILE FORMATS

By using Export from the File menu, you can also publish Access objects to other Web file formats, such as ASP and IDC, by selecting these types from the Save as Type field. You can see this in Figure 19.21.

Figure 19.21. Web file format options can now be picked from the Save as Type list.

Note

Because some features mentioned from here on in this chapter require specific Web servers, the features aren't covered in great detail because it would be unreasonable to assume that you have all these servers.

You are then presented with the Microsoft Active Server Pages Output Options dialog, and can fill it in (see ...

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