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Chapter 13. Publishing to the Web > Publishing Data Access Pages

Publishing Data Access Pages

One of the new features in Access 2000 is the data access page, usually referred to as a page. Data access pages are objects into which users can enter data over an intranet or the Internet. Users can also view and analyze data from the database you make available to them.

Pages have quite a bit in common with reports, which we covered in Chapter 6. As with reports, you can group records in your data access pages to present your records in an order that illustrates your data's central message (for that page, at least). For example, you can group your data access pages to present a list of books by copyright year, followed by the publisher within each year.


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