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Connecting an Access 2000 database to an online database (state legislature)

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Can someone recommend a good book from which I can learn how to connect an Access2000 database to a remote database via the internet?
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This book was a lot of help to me:

Running Microsoft Access 2000
John L. Viescas
ISBN 1-57231-934-8
$44.99 (list price)
CD included.
 This edition of the book includes a new chapter on "Publishing Your Data on the Web." I cover using both FrontPage and the new Data Access Pages facility to create web pages using "live" data from Microsoft Access 2000. You'll also find a new section on the ground-breaking Client/Server facility as well as major updates to all the classics - Tables, Queries, Forms, Reports, Macros, and Visual Basic. Although advertised at 940 pages, the book actually tops out at well over 1,000!
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Thanks for the prompt answer, which was concise and to the point.
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