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Abstract

Welcome to Chapter 7. In this chapter we’re going to explore (obviously) Workflow forms. We’ve discussed forms in various places throughout the book so far, and we’ve seen examples of many different types of Workflow forms—in both a browser and directly integrated into the Office client applications. In the previous chapter, we created a workflow, but it was one that did not use any forms. In this chapter, we’re going to look at introducing forms built in InfoPath 2007 and ASP.NET to our Workflow arsenal. Microsoft has provided us with rich, nearly limitless capabilities to extend our forms experience. By the time we’re done with this chapter, we’ll have covered everything you need to know (and some things you probably don’t) about Workflow forms in the 2007 Office System.

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