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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Saving Database Objects as Web Files

One of the easiest ways to communicate data to traveling colleagues is to make that data available on a Web page. Writing the data to a Web page means you don’t have to send the entire database file to the traveler. In fact, your colleague doesn’t even need Access on his or her machine! Saving database objects as Web pages is also a great way to make data available over a corporate network (an intranet). So long as your company’s network supports Web connections, you can make your data available to any authorized user.

Save an Object as a Web File

  1. Click the object you want to save as a Web file.

  2. Click the External ...

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