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The Microsoft Office Access 2003 Inside Track Road Map · · · · · Change the view of data in a PivotTable, including filtering data and pivoting data Format a PivotTable and set PivotTable properties Use a PivotChart to display and analyze data Switch between a PivotTable and a PivotChart by using a command button Create a PivotTable by using Visual Basic xxiii Chapter 12: Access and the Web Before beginning this chapter: You should understand how to use design tools such as the toolbox and the field list. You can find this information in Chapter 7, "Designing Basic Forms." You should also have an understanding of tables and table relationships. You can find this information in Chapter 2, "The Basics of Database Design." In this chapter, you will learn how to: · · · · Export data as HTML Create a data access page using the Page Wizard Work with a data access page in Design view Use the Office Web Components on a data access page Chapter 13: Completing Your Database Application Before beginning this chapter: You should understand the fundamental techniques used to design a form and how to create a basic macro. For information about how to design a form, see Chapter 7, "Designing Basic Forms." You'll find information about creating a basic macro in Chapter 4, "Importing and Linking to Data." In this chapter, you will learn how to: · · · · · · · Create a macro group and add conditions to a macro Create and use an application switchboard Create your own menus and toolbars Assign a toolbar or a menu to a form Customize menus and toolbars Set startup options for a database Add a smart tag to a control or a field Part III: The Data Pipeline Chapter 14: Understanding Access Projects Before beginning this chapter: You should understand the fundamentals of table design, including table relationships and table and field properties. You should also understand the basic requirements for designing a query. You can find information about table design and table and field properties in Chapter 2, "The Basics of Database Design," and Chapter 3, "Managing the Consistency, Format, and Integrity of Your Data." You can find information about queries in Chapter 6, "Sorting, Filtering, and Retrieving Data," and Chapter 9, "Extending Your Use of Queries." In this chapter, you will learn how to: