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Chapter 14. Working with Forms > Gaining Control By Specifying Form Results

Gaining Control By Specifying Form Results

Simply specifying whether FrontPage should save form data as a text or HTML file, or as an e-mail message doesn’t give you a lot of options. Once you begin to receive form information from your visitors, you’ll probably want to customize the results, so that the information comes to you in a clearer way. Even if you’ve already saved the form, identified the form handler, and published the form, you can still customize the form results at any time to make the form more useful. By controlling form results, you make FrontPage a front-end tool for presenting the data you need to keep your organization running smoothly.

Name and Format the Results File

Sometimes, you want to have form data presented in chronological order. Other times, you’d rather see the most recent information presented first. Changing such options gives you the ability to view form data the way you’re going to work with it in preparing projections, budgets, or marketing proposals.


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