Frontpage linked to Access

I need to create a web-based survey.   I'm sure it's possible to add combo boxes and option groups to Frontpage.

My question is... if survey is created in Frontpage, what's the best way to "submit" the survey into an Access database?   I will have hundreds of users who complete the survey on a monthly basis.  

Once "submit" is pressed, is there an efficient way to dumping it directly into Access?    BTW, I'm still learning to program in VBA; answers should NOT require any advanced level programming, please.

Thanks,
Tom
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coreybryantCommented:
Actually FP will create all the code for you.  You can right click on the form to dump it into a DB.  It will even create it for you

-Corey
TomBock2004Author Commented:
Corey,

I'm using FP 2000... when I preview a form, right-click doesn't give the option to just save it into Access.

Am I missing something or is this because of v2000?

tom
coreybryantCommented:
I do not think so.   First - you will want to make sure you are on a Windows server (hosting).  Now while working in FP, do not preview the form but use your WYSIWYG editor.  Right click on the form and choose form properties.  Here is where you can choose the Database, etc

-Corey

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TomBock2004Author Commented:
Thanks... I better get myself a book and brush up on this.

Anyhow, thanks for the prompt response...

Tom
coreybryantCommented:
Glad to have helped - mainly keep this in mind - ASP scripts run better on Windows, while PHP runs better on UNIX platforms

-Corey
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