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How You’ll Use Pages

The technology that produces these objects is impressive. Imagine creating a Web page with just a few clicks! On the other hand, that same technology is somewhat limited:

  • You can view the page object only in Internet Explorer 5 and later.

  • You must publish a page on a Microsoft server. Specifically, you must have

  • Internet Information Server (IIS) 4 or later if you want to share the page and data with others. You can use a page on your own system, if you want, without IIS.

  • The client PC (the PC with the Web browser) must have an Office license to interact with a page object. Without that license, you can still view the page but you can’t interact with it. If you’re just publishing static data via a page, this limitation won’t really matter.

  • Pages run on Microsoft Script, a complex scripting language. Consequently, page objects are hard to automate and modify. If the wizard does a good job of creating what you need, this limitation probably won’t have much impact on you.


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