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Creating a custom Web App
Creating a custom Web App
Access 2013 allows you to create both desktop-based and
Web App–based applications. The default choice is to create
a custom Web App. In this section, we guide you through the
steps to get you started with your first web application.
If you have subscribed to Office 365, you have obtained a
domain name as part of setting up your account—for example,
mydomain . You will use that domain name when typing a web
location to create an Access Web App—for example, https://
mydomain.sharepoint.com .
Create a custom Web App
1 After starting Access, choose the Custom Web App.
2 Type the application name in the App Name text box.
3 Type the URL for your Office 365 domain in the Web Location text
box, or select your Team Site from the Available Locations list.
4 Click Create.
5 Sign in to your account. You can also select the Keep Me Signed
In check box, which will keep you signed in; otherwise, you will be
prompted again to sign in later when launching the Web App.
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TIP You might already see a list of available locations. If you
see any locations referring to Team Site, you can use these as an
alternative to typing the URL by selecting the location name.
CAUTION If you cannot get to this point, remember that you
need to create the appropriate Office 365 account before you
can use this new feature. Otherwise, when you enter your details, you
will not reach step 5.
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