Creating stand-alone views

So far in this chapter and in Chapter 6, you’ve explored the four different view types available in Access web apps and you’ve worked with views displayed within the View Selector for different tables. You can also create views that are not displayed within the View Selector. Views that are displayed only within the Navigation pane and not displayed in the View Selector for any tables are referred to as stand-alone views. Because stand-alone views do not display a caption that you can click in the View Selector, you must use different techniques to open them. You can only open stand-alone views at runtime in your web browser using one of these techniques:

  • Create custom user interface macros that you assign to control ...

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