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I want to create a workflow in sharepoint 2010 ?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I want to create a workflow in sharepoint 2010 .

Workflow Scenario is : 

step 1: employer sending a approval request to Manager .

step 2: Manager will Approve or Reject . at that time email sending to the employer . whats the status Approve or reject . If approve then

step 3: Approval Request will go to the Main Manager . If they approve or reject mail will send to the employer.

Please help Me for doing this work .

Which one is easy to make work flow Sharepoint designer or VS 2010.

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