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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by Penelope Coventry

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Creating a Multi-Step Workflow

Most business processes will need more than one step; that is, the rules defined in one step must be completed before the rules in the second step can be started. For example, a bank has to complete several financial and security checks before creating a bank account for a person.

We have seen that each step has one or more conditions, and each condition has one or more actions. A step can also consist of multiple branches, such that if condition A is true, one set of actions is executed, and if condition B is true, another set of actions is executed. However, a branch cannot extend from one step to another. To create multiple conditions, you click Add ‘Else If’ Condition Branch in the Workflow Designer wizard.

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