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Chapter 15. Sharing Knowledge Using the Web > Including Data on Your Web Pages

Including Data on Your Web Pages

As Web sites become more than just electronic brochures on the Internet, knowledge workers are starting to publish more data on the Web. Sometimes the data is fixed, and they want to publish ways to access it or make calculations from it; sometimes it’s important to publish databases that can be edited, added to, and searched.

In the past, publishing databases and interactive forms required Web developers, custom coding, and complex file permissions. Today, you can easily publish them with Microsoft FrontPage 2002. Of course, creating a complex PivotTable or database system for the Web still takes a more advanced understanding of Excel or Access, but you can now publish your work to the Web with relative ease. This section shows you the basics of how to publish data on the Web; for more detailed information refer to Microsoft Office XP Inside Out by Michael Halvorson and Michael J. Young, also published by Microsoft Press.


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