Creating a Series of exportable website content from a combination of text, logos and embedded fields within Access or Word
Posted on 2011-03-07
I am trying to figure out the best way to create website content that can dynamically change based on embedded fields, logos and text in either Access or Word.
We work with a product that interfaces with many different systems and we have generic content for each module (which several modules make up one page). Within each module we may have a couple of embedded fields and images that would benefit us to be able to rapidly update content changing a few words an image or sentences that would allow us to add new products as they come online for use with our product. That way we can fill in the blanks I assume with a table filling in a form that builds the table content. We would need to know how to display an image in the final result so we would need to know how to create a pointer or something in the table that references the image location then prints it in the content that will be transferred to the module and eventually the page.
Is there an easy way to do this?
What is needed in Access Word or would we need both?
What steps would we need to build this type of functionality?
Thank you for just taking the time.