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Access 2010 Web Form on SharePoint - How to output data on button click

Access 2010 Web Form on SharePoint - How to output data on button click

Access 2010 Web Form on SharePoint - How to output data on button click

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I've got an Access 2010 Web Form (published to Sharepoint 2010) that the user will fill out at the time of an interview. When they click the Access Form Control Button, I need it to output the form data to something that the user can copy/paste the output text into another application. The output will be in narrative form and will be more than 255 characters.

When this was a client form, I just exported it to an HTML file and it worked great, but now I need it to run on SharePoint 2010.

I can't figure out a way to do this in the Web Form. I'm lost without VBA. Because of the narrative nature of the output, I don't see how a Web Report will do the trick and Web Access does not allow me to have a calculation Field that is Memo. Because blank fields and the accompanying narrative text need to be left out of the output I have not been able to figure out how to use a data macro to do this.

If anyone has an idea or can point me in the right direction, I'd certainly appreciate it.

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