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display charts via dialup connection

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Hi,

I want to create some charts based on values on a table that a fetch them in a query result and then i have to display the charts on a display that is far from my office. how can i do this via dialup connection without less problem in terrafic of line.
Any help is much appreciated.

B. regards
Vahid Zeini
May 12 '07 #1
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Hi

I'm not sure what you are actually asking here?

Do you need to:
1. create the reports then send them to someone else on a dialup connection 2. run the reports from a remote site using dial up connection.

I suspect the second is the case. In this case the answer is not so much an Access answer.

I think the only way you have any hope of doing this is with a remote control solution. Possibilities are:
- Terminal services (if you have a Windows Server > 2000 running that you can remote access)
- Remote Desktop - if this is only needed for one person and the Access mdb is on a Windows XP Pro pc
- Somthing like LogMeIn which provides remote control facilities.

To be honest, with dial up access none of these will work brilliantly but I can't see much else working.

Hope this helps.

AKC
May 13 '07 #2

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