Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Section 3: Modifying a Web App
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Modifying a Web
App
In this section:
In this section, we look at some of the common activities you might want
Importing from an Access desktop
database
Changing the design of a table
Creating a lookup/relationship
Designing with the List Details view,
the Datasheet view, the summary
view, and the blank view
Open, rename, duplicate, or delete a
view
Creating a query
Modifying the Table Selector
Working with reports
to perform in modifying and adding to the standard features that are
provided when you create a Web App.
While a desktop database draws a distinction between lookup fields and
creating relationships, a Web App merges the concepts of lookups and
relationships. Therefore, you will not find any part of the Web App that
can display relationships because they have been built into the process of
creating a lookup.
When you create a table in a Web App, you automatically get two great
views created for you, Datasheet and List, which you can use by navigating
to the appropriate table in the vertical Table Selector. Each table can have
a number of views, and the views can also display data from other tables
or queries in the App.
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