Good morning, I am curious if there is a way to easily use Access as either a model or as a front end for a company directory on our company Intranet? I found a really good post by searching in the archives under â€œCan I put an existing database on a website?â€, and the solution was really good for remote and portable access to a local machine from different locations, but I donâ€™t think that will work in our scenario. (There may also be a quick â€œOff the shelfâ€ program we could purchase that would do this quickly and easily as well. I would be very open to that also.) What I need to do is this. We currently have a company intranet that we are about to roll out, but in my opinion is sort of basic. We primarily have areas to download documents, resource center for our company links and resources, company calendar, News and Events, etc. But I would really like to include a company directory. I know how to build one that will suite our needs in Access, but Iâ€™ve got a few concerns about that: 1. I only know how to use and run an Access database on a local machine. 2. I want the directory to be web based so that all of our people may be able to access and use the directory w/out having Access installed on their system. 3. I know Access can tend to bog down w/ large amounts of data, or in processing numerous requests, thus we may need to convert the directory to some sort of Access Page front end, but use SQL, Citrix or something for the data processing. So I have a couple questions: 1. Is there an easy way to use Access to solve the business problem, or is Access not the best tool in this case? 2. Does anybody know of an Off the shelf program we can purchase that can help me build a web driven database, and that can import tables or relationships from Access? Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.