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New Perspectives Access 2016 Module 8 Quick Check Answers Session 8.1 1. HTML is the language used to create most webpages. 2. An HTML template is a file that contains HTML instructions for creating a webpage with both text and graphics, together with special instructions that tell Access where to place the Access data in the page. 3. A static webpage shows the state of the database at the time the page was created; any subsequent changes made to the database object, such as updates to field values in records, are not reflected in a static webpage. 4. A CSV file is a text file in which commas separate values, and each line is a record containing the same number of values in the same positions. 5. The Table Analyzer is an Access tool that analyzes a single table and, if necessary, splits it
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  • Fall '18
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