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Part 6: Linking Access and the Web > Publishing Data on the Web

Chapter 25. Publishing Data on the Web

Working with the Web961
Maintaining Static Web Pages971
Creating Dynamic Web Pages973
Sharing Your Data with SharePoint978
Discovering the Possibilities979


The World Wide Web, built from simple low-cost servers and universal clients, has revolutionized computing. Not so long ago, the very concept of a common global information network was unthinkable. In fact, even Microsoft was unconvinced that Web technology would ever mature successfully. Originally, The Microsoft Network (MSN) was constructed with proprietary technology, modeled after similar networks such as CompuServe and Prodigy. To connect to these networks, you had to install proprietary software on your machine.


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