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SharePoint Designer 2010 Workflows .WSP

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Added by March 25, 2011

Just a quick note about SharePoint 2010 and workflows.   In SharePoint Designer 2010 you can package a workflow as a .wsp file and then use it thoughout your deployment.  You can also import the .wsp into Visual Studio in order to take it to another level altogether.   Bravo to the devlopers who added this functionality into the product.  It's amazing what you can do without writing any code and then to be able to extend it with some .NET skills is even better.

More on this to come in the future but for now just thought I'd share this point…..pun intended.

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