By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Export Reports as HTML Documents
In this video I will show you how to export a Microsoft Access report as an HTML document so it can be viewed in a web browser.
Teeka from Shelby, North Carolina (a Platinum Member) asks: I know I have to split the database for my team to use it, and I will go through that video soon. Is there a way for the masses to view the calendar without sending the database to everyone? My team of about 15 people will be using the database but it would be very beneficial if there was a way for a much wider audience to view just the calendar.
Members will learn how to run that export with just one line of VBA code. We will also see how to connect to a Google Drive folder. This way it's a simple click and drag to update your web site, or a public folder, with your report.
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Auto FTP Upload
If you want to learn how to one-click upload this file to a web server using FTP, I cover that in Access Developer 32.
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