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Workflow in the 2007 Microsoft Office System by David Mann

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Chapter 10. The Workflow Object Model

Well, here we are at Chapter 10. I said in Chapter 2 that if you felt a pathological need to skip a chapter it should be that one. For Chapter 10, I'll say that if you ever have insomnia and are looking for some dry reading material to put you fast asleep, you should pick up this chapter. Let's face it, a bunch of object descriptions isn't exactly best-seller material. It's reference material, folks; necessary, like a dictionary, but not Stephen King.

The first thing we need to understand about the Workflow Object Model is why we would ever use it. Chances are, you won't need to directly manipulate your workflow environment too often. However, when you do, your only option will be the Object Model. Specifically ...

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