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Microsoft® Office Access 2003 Inside Out by John L. Viescas

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Chapter 26. Creating Static and Dynamic Web Pages

As you learned in the previous chapter, you have many options when you want to make data that you have stored in an Access application available on the Web. In this chapter, you’ll learn about two of those options, static and dynamic Web pages.

When you want to make relatively static data available in a Web page, you can export your data in HTML format. The Web page that you create in this way won’t allow users to update the data, and your users will have limited search capabilities. However, you can create automated procedures in your application that make it easy to periodically update the Web page to ensure that it is current. ...

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