Access 2007 is a database, so under normal circumstances, I wouldn't think you would "display" the database itself, you'd program a DB connection, draw out the data, and then format the data for display in your webpage.
If you want people to be able to download the database file, that can require a little finesse. .NET does a lot of things to "protect" your files from unauthorized access, and DBs get a lot of attention so your server is literally fighting you to keep those files secret. I would recommend zipping the database up. That will compress the database to a smaller size (possibly a major advantage) and make it available as a .zip file which servers are "download-friendly". You can then use a simple link element...
<a href="http://www.MySite.com/Path/To/File/MyDatabase.zip">Click here to download the sample database as a zip file</a>.
And people should have easy access to the DB file.
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