Does Access 2016 read HTML?

Hi, I created a contacts database, and I am wondering if there's a way to use html on a form.  For example, I use a web form builder software that publishes forms to the cloud.  I'm able to get the html for this and add to a web page (to embed the form into the web page instead of following a link to it).  Does Access 2016 have this functionality?  Can it read HTML and store embedded items?  I feel like it doesn't after my web search, but just wanted to ask the experts!  Thanks!
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Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
The best thing is to test it yourself. :D

I guess you can. I cannot see any limitations.

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