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Chapter 10. Working with Pages and Modules > Creating Static Web Pages

Creating Static Web Pages

The most basic form of an HTML page is a static page. If you want any Web browser that supports HTML 3.2 or later to be able to view your data, you should display the data in static HTML pages. Static pages are downloaded and displayed in their entirety; the user can’t edit them, and there are no tricky bits that pop up or change format as the user moves through the page.

Access can export tables, queries, forms, and reports as static HTML pages. Exported tables, queries, and forms are displayed in datasheet format. (If you have a lot of data, the Web page might be very long.) Exported reports are displayed on a series of short pages, similar to reports in Access.


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