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access save to word and then save to htm

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by ld-runner, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. ld-runner

    ld-runner
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    within access, via the Office Links, you cn save to .rtf and then save the
    word document to htm for web publishing. Is there any way to automate that
    process so that is fires off on an NT scheduler event? I do not like data
    access pages because they are not supported by all browsers. I need away to
    take a query and publish it to my web site for viewing only on a timed event.
    (like every 30 minutes)
    Thanks,
    ld-runner
     
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  3. Pieter Wijnen

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    You can use Docmd.OutputTo to save a html doc directly
    Everything can be done through automation

    Pieter


    "ld-runner" <ld-runner@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:9640DEB8-63BC-4583-975F-3CB415226E5E@microsoft.com...
    > within access, via the Office Links, you cn save to .rtf and then save the
    > word document to htm for web publishing. Is there any way to automate that
    > process so that is fires off on an NT scheduler event? I do not like data
    > access pages because they are not supported by all browsers. I need away
    > to
    > take a query and publish it to my web site for viewing only on a timed
    > event.
    > (like every 30 minutes)
    > Thanks,
    > ld-runner
     
  4. Pieter Wijnen

    Pieter Wijnen
    Expand Collapse
    Guest

    You can use Docmd.OutputTo to save a html doc directly
    Everything can be done through automation

    Pieter


    "ld-runner" <ld-runner@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:9640DEB8-63BC-4583-975F-3CB415226E5E@microsoft.com...
    > within access, via the Office Links, you cn save to .rtf and then save the
    > word document to htm for web publishing. Is there any way to automate that
    > process so that is fires off on an NT scheduler event? I do not like data
    > access pages because they are not supported by all browsers. I need away
    > to
    > take a query and publish it to my web site for viewing only on a timed
    > event.
    > (like every 30 minutes)
    > Thanks,
    > ld-runner




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