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Using Hyperlinks

Access 2000, like the other programs in the Office 2000 suite, places a great deal of emphasis on using the Internet and intranets to disseminate your information. Hyperlinks, or connections from objects in your database to other database objects or documents accessible via a network, let you expand your database's capabilities beyond your local system. You can add hyperlinks to forms, reports, and data access pages.

The most obvious use for a hyperlink in a database is to guide the user to a Web page. For instance, if you list your library's contents in a table and want to give users access to the publisher's Web site, you might include a hyperlink in the book's record.


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