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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Workflow and Content Types

When associating workflows with content types you are presented with a few more options. Workflows in SharePoint 2010 are typically managed at the site collection level and any changes made may apply to every instance of a content type. For instance, if you associate a workflow with the Document content type then every library throughout the site collection consuming the Document content type inherits changes to that workflow. Associating a workflow to a content type can be achieved in two locations. First, you can set it at the document library level by associating the workflow to the instance of the content type. The second option is to associate the workflow to the (parent) content type itself. Associating the workflow ...

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