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Office 2010 Workflow: Developing Collaborative Solutions by Mark J. Collins

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Chapter 10. Custom Workflow Forms

In this chapter you'll create custom forms for your workflow. First, you'll create an initiation form to allow the user to pass in data when starting a site workflow. Then, you will use a custom content type to define the data to be entered by a task. Finally, you will use InfoPath 2010 to create a custom form for displaying and updating an assigned task. The workflow that you'll implement will be used to coordinate a lunch meeting. It will create a task for each of the specified attendees, requesting them to submit their lunch order.

Creating a Sequential Workflow

Launch Visual Studio 2010, and create a new Sequential Workflow project, as shown in Figure 10-1. Enter the name WF_Chapter10.

Figure 10.1. Creating a ...

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