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Chapter 19. Using Access with the Internet

IN THIS CHAPTER

Because the Internet is still one of the hottest topics in the computer industry today, it makes sense that Access, as well as all the other Office products, has features that take advantage of the Internet.

This chapter is actually bigger than the Internet, however—if you can believe that. Some features that have sort of “fallen off” the Internet you can now use inside your applications on either an intranet (a companywide Internet), among applications on your system, or even within your Access application ...

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