You can use Access 2003 to publish your database information so that it is accessible through an intranet or the Internet.
With Access, you can export tables, queries, forms, and reports as static HTML pages, which provide a snapshot of some portion of the database at one point in time. You can also write VBA code that manipulates Access data as it creates HTML pages.
You can also create Dynamic Web pages, of which there are two types: Data access pages, with which users can directly manipulate data in your database; and Active Server pages, which are stored on a network server and generate different views of the data in response to choices users make on a Web page.
You can add a PivotTable or PivotChart (an interactive table or chart ...