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Microsoft Access 2013 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad

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Viewing your web app in a web browser

So far in this chapter, you’ve looked at your web app from a design perspective within Access. You created a new web app by using the Projects Management template, but you’ve been working with the app only within Access. Let’s take a quick look at what this web app looks like in a web browser.

Click the Launch App button in the View group on the Home tab of the ribbon. Access opens your web app in your default browser and displays the App Home View in run-time mode, as shown in Figure 2-33. Now, you can begin to see how all of the pieces of the web app fit together. The tables in your web app are displayed in the Table Selector along the left, the views associated with each table are shown at the top of the ...

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