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Create HTML File Using Access 2013

By Richa Garg on September 12, 2012
In this article I will explain how to generate a HTML File using Access 2013.
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To generate a HTML File using Access 2013 use the instructions of this article.

Step 1

Open Access 2013, and then select blank database and give the name of the database then click create, as in:

Create-Database-In-Access-2013.jpg
 

Step 2

Enter some data in your blank database as:

Data-Entry-In-Access-2013.jpg
 

Step 3

Now save your database by pressing Ctrl+S. A window is shown, in it supply the name of your table that you want to give. I used "MyDocument".

Step 4

Now go to the External data menu and click the arrow that shows the more option and select HTML Document in those options, as:

Select-Html-File-In-Access-2013.jpg

Step 5

A window is shown that shows your HTML file path click ok without changing anything in it, as:

Save-Html-In-Access-2013.jpg

Step 6

Now our HTML file is created. Go to the location of the previous image, a file named "MyDocument.html" exists there. To open this file in Notepad it shows the HTML of this database as:

HTML-Coding-In-NotePad-Using-Access-2013.jpg

When I open this file in Internet Explorer the designing of this database is displayed like:

HTML-Data-In-Internet-Explorer-Using-Access-2013.jpg
 

Summary

In this way we can generate the HTML file using Access 2013.

Richa Garg

I am a Junior Software Developer In MCN Solutions Pvt. ltd. and very much interested in .net technology : Asp.net, C#, WPF,  SQL Server, Windows Store apps, HTML, DHTML, CSS etc......

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