N/APosted on - 11/19/2012
I'm looking for a tool or any way from which I can alter static HTML documents into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
I need to move those HTML documents to SharePoint website but with the same Sharepoint appearances.
The pages should be updated and enhance.
Please send me suggestions.
Alter static HTML documents into MOSS 2007
You can design tables and forms in Access 2010 and export them to SharePoint 2010.
Here’s a demonstration you may want to try.
First, open your “Access 2010,” and create a blank database for the demo.
Create a table with the column headings of EMP Name, Address, and Email ID.
Then click "Save" and give a name for your table.
Create a form with the use of a wizard, also for use in the demonstration.
Click “Create” and after that choose “Form Wizard.”
Next, choose the fields that you want to be seen in the form from the table. In the sample the selected ones are EMP Name, Address, and Email ID.
Then click “Next” on the bottom of the “Form Wizard” window.
On the next window, click the “Tabular” option and then click “Next”.
Try putting some information on the table.
Right click on the table’s name and choose “Export” from the choices, followed by clicking the “SharePoint List” on the options.
Give your site’s URL on the next screen. Then click “OK”.
Then your list will be opened and the data will be shown.
If you click on “New Form” you will see the names of the columns in your previous file that Access created that is set by default and is shown under “List New Form”.
For better visualizations and further information visit the site:
Here are some sites you may want to visit here:
Edit a page by using the HTML Editor
Here’s a video of a new demonstration: