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Chapter 16. Working with Hyperlinks and ... > Specifying Other Internet Uniform Re...

Specifying Other Internet Uniform Resource Locators

Internet URLs consist of an abbreviation for a protocol that defines the type of object (usually a document) and the location (address) of the desired object on the Internet or an intranet. In all cases, the protocol and the address are separated by the standard two virgules (forward slashes) and a colon, as in http://www.microsoft.com or http://ftp://ftp.microsoft.com. Access 2000 hyperlinks support the http (Hypertext Transport Protocol) and ftp URL prefixes with IE and other Web browsers.

Access 2000's Hyperlink fields recognize the URL prefixes listed in Table 16.1. You need the appropriate software installed and registered on your PC to use prefixes other than http and ftp.


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