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How do you create a Access Webform?  Looking at publishing to Sharepoint site with Access Services.  I have a started with creating a new Blank Web Database and created the forms from both a linked Sharepoint list and exported data from the same list.   Each time I create the forms I get just  a DISPLAY FORM.    HELP>  
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See this comment taken from the URL below (which is a very step by step guide)

"I'm not sure why this error pops up, other than for some reason the default form does not get set *shrug*. Anyway, to set the default form go to Access Options, Current Database then Web Display Form and set it. NOW this is very important, you must have a web created form to set this. To create the web form you will need to ensure that when creating a form to choose the web form option. Also, web objects have different icons than normal Access objects."

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff402351.aspx
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good info.
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