Introduction to Workflow in the 2007 Microsoft Office System

A workflow can be defined as a set of related tasks or activities that form an executable representation of a business process. Workflows help improve human interaction by automating individual tasks and streamlining processes.

The 2007 Microsoft Office system includes a set of applications, servers, services, and tools designed to work together to build and deploy custom workflow solutions. Additionally, you can use the Microsoft .NET Framework Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 to build powerful workflow solutions that integrate with the 2007 Microsoft Office system. Depending on your business needs, you can use different combinations of these tools and ...

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