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I was looking in the Samples folder for MS Office10 and saw the following
files:
Analyze sales.htm
Employees.htm
Review Orders.htm
Review Products.htm
Sales.htm

Where are these files used and what is used to create files like these?

Thanks,

Steve
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Steve wrote:
I was looking in the Samples folder for MS Office10 and saw the following
files:
Analyze sales.htm
Employees.htm
Review Orders.htm
Review Products.htm
Sales.htm

Where are these files used and what is used to create files like these?


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Hash: SHA1

Why don't you try opening them? Double-click on one & it should open in
your internet browser.

My guess is that they are objects (perhaps reports) that have been
exported as HTML files.

How to export a data object as an HTML file:

1. Display database window
2. Click on the object you want to export (try a report)
3. On the main menu select File > Export
a) In the Export (object name) dialog box select "HTML Documents
(*.html; *.htm) in the Save as type ComboBox (at the bottom of the
dialog box).
4. Click the OK button

In Access 2002, if the report is more than 2 pages there is an HTML page
for each report page.

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MGFoster:::mgf00 <at> earthlink <decimal-point> net
Oakland, CA (USA)

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Nov 13 '05 #2

P: n/a
Steve wrote:
I was looking in the Samples folder for MS Office10 and saw the following
files:
Analyze sales.htm
Employees.htm
Review Orders.htm
Review Products.htm
Sales.htm

Where are these files used and what is used to create files like these?


-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

Why don't you try opening them? Double-click on one & it should open in
your internet browser.

My guess is that they are objects (perhaps reports) that have been
exported as HTML files.

How to export a data object as an HTML file:

1. Display database window
2. Click on the object you want to export (try a report)
3. On the main menu select File > Export
a) In the Export (object name) dialog box select "HTML Documents
(*.html; *.htm) in the Save as type ComboBox (at the bottom of the
dialog box).
4. Click the OK button

In Access 2002, if the report is more than 2 pages there is an HTML page
for each report page.

--
MGFoster:::mgf00 <at> earthlink <decimal-point> net
Oakland, CA (USA)

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Nov 13 '05 #3

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