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Old December 14th, 2004, 10:50 PM
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I have made a few Data Access Pages whihc work fine on the local PC but I am having problems in getting them onto the web. How do I link the pages to the web site if the pages reside on a local computer in an office network running on win2000? I have the company web site up and running which can be used for this purpose too.
Can someone help me ?
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You should be able to the information below in access help files

 Save a copy of a data access page to a Web server in Windows Explorer
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In Microsoft Windows Explorer, right-click the file that you want to copy or move to a Web server.
On the shortcut menu, click Copy.
Click My Network Places.
In the list of My Network Places, double-click the folder that you want, and then right-click the destination folder you want to save the data access page (data access page: A Web page, published from Access, that has a connection to a database. In a data access page, you can view, add to, edit, and manipulate the data stored in the database. A page can also include data from other sources, such as Excel.) to.
On the shortcut menu, click Paste.
If you don't see the Web server that you want to save your data access page to, double-click Add Network Place and follow the instructions in the Add Network Place Wizard.
Tip

When you save a data access page, all supporting files— such as bullets, background textures, and graphics— are by default organized in a supporting folder. If you move or copy your page to another location, you must also move the supporting folder so that you maintain all links to your page.



Jaime E. Maccou





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