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Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

(OP)
Is this possible? Can find no documentation or suggestion of it. Have an intranet, one Department wants to make reports VIEWABLE on the 'net, but no changing data. I have the "OutputTo" method working but the formatting leaves a lot to be desired.  I thought it might be possible to use a snapshot instead, and have it be 'dynamic' - the data changes a lot (daily 10x) and I need to be able to point to the snapshot file as most recently created.

Any thoughts?  

XP /FP2003 / IIS v4

Thanks!

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More Access Help:
http://www.jmhare.com/AccessForum
http://www.jmhare.com/wildhare2.htm

RE: Display an Access Snapshot on a FP web page?

What about creating the page as an Access Data Page, and then publishing THAT through FrontPage?

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