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Chapter 1. Getting to Know Microsoft Acc... > Exploring Other Access Objects

Exploring Other Access Objects

Tables, queries, forms, and reports are the objects you will use most frequently in Access. You can use them to create powerful and useful databases. However, if you need to create a sophisticated database, you can use data access pages, macros, and modules to substantially extend the capabilities of Access. To round out this introduction to Access databases, this section provides a brief overview of these objects.

Pages

To enable people to view and manipulate your database information over an intranet or the Internet, you can create pages, also known as data access pages. Working with a data access page on the World Wide Web is very much like working directly with a table or form in Access—users can work with the data in tables, run queries, and enter information in forms.


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