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Link Table from Internet Location Access 2007

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I want to split my access 2007 database and keep the tables on the internet space, I have both www root directory and FTp. Please give me a walk through if you know... thanks
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You would have to create a new Network Place first.

1. In Access -> External Data -> Access in the Import section
2. Click on "Link to the data source by creating a linked table"
3. Click on "Browse..."
4. Click on "Tools" in bottom left corner
5. Click on "Map Network Drive..."
6. Click on the hyperlink near the bottom "Sign up for online storage or connect to a network server."
7. Click "Next"
8. Click on "Choose another network location"
9. Click "Next"
10. Fill in the address (Ex: http://www.server.com/shared; ftp://ftp.server.com
11. Click "Next"
12. Fill in credentials
13. Choose Access database to link to
14. Choose which tables to link
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