Sharepoint 2010 – Access Services

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With Access 2010, you can move your tables to SharePoint, and create end-user forms in Access that will show up in SharePoint as a special site. The MS Access 2010 web forms have a similar look and feel to normal SharePoint pages, and you will need to design your web forms in MS Access 2010 separately from any client forms you want to display to users when they view your database using Access on their own machine. The formal name for the feature is “Access Services,” but expect it to be replaced by something more descriptive and less “techie” in the years to come.

http://www.opengatesw.net/ms-access-tutorials/Access-2010/Microsoft-Access-2010-Access-Services-Overview.htm

http://curriersblog.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!1FE2EFF5F31CEDCA!449.entry

http://workerthread.wordpress.com/2010/01/16/thoughts-on-access-services-in-sharepoint-2010/

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