Using web browser controls

Access web apps include a web browser control that you can use on both List Details and Blank views. A web browser control displays the content of webpages directly inside a view. For example, you can use a web browser control to display a map of an address stored in a table or a site or page within your Office 365 site. You can optionally bind the web browser control to a field in your view’s record source by using the Control Source property of the control. You can also use a web browser control to display a static webpage, such as a link to a specific website (for example, http://www.AccessJunkie.com), or you can use a web browser control to display a video hosted on a webpage.

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