Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Figure 8-1
Export - HTML Document dialog box
click to find the destination
location for the file
typed filename
export options for an
HTML document
The dialog box provides options for exporting the data with formatting and layout,
opening the exported file after the export operation is complete, and exporting
selected records from the source object (available only when you selected records
in an object instead of the object on the Navigation Pane). You need to select the
option for exporting the data with formatting and layout and the destination loca-
tion for the exported file.
4. Click the Export data with formatting and layout check box, click the Browse
button, navigate to and open the Level.02\Tutorial folder, and then click the Save
button in the File Save dialog box. The File Save dialog box closes, and the File
name text box displays the path to your Data Files and the filename Customers by
5. Click the OK button. The Export - HTML Document dialog box closes and the HTML
Output Options dialog box opens.
This dialog box lets you specify an HTML template or use the default format when
saving the object. An HTML template is a file that contains HTML instructions for
creating a Web page with both text and graphics, together with special instruc-
tions that tell Access where to place the Access data in the Web page. Lucia used a
text-editing program to create an HTML template named BelmTemp that you’ll use
to create the Customers by Name HTML document. The template will automati-
cally insert a Belmont Landscapes logo in all Web pages created with it. You need
to locate Lucia’s template file in your Data Files.
6. If necessary, click the Select a HTML Template check box to select it.
You should always select
the “Export data with for-
matting and layout” option.
Not selecting this option
results in an HTML docu-
ment that’s poorly format-
ted and difficult to read.
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