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Creation of a dynamic web page

I want to create a dynamic web page to retrieve data from an access database (created by using microsoft office 2003 professional edition) using microsoft dot net framework. Please guide me step by step to do this.

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Okay, you can't do that with just Office 2003 professional. You'll need to install and configure the dotnet framework on your machine first, and then you could use infopath to create forms to work with, say, something like MS Sharepoint. You could use MS Frontpage to create an online form and link it with an Access database, but you will not need the dot net framework for that. It's easy and Frontpage is pretty intuitive.

Here are the basic instructions for using MS Frontpage: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/frontpage/HP052812481033.aspx

You will also need webspace or a webhost that will support Microsoft ASP web hosting.

If you haven't done this before, it may be easier to get a professional do it for you, using either Microsoft or PHP/MySQL based technologies. It will certainly be time efficient.

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