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Check if field value changed, Sharepoint 2010 workflow

Posted on 2011-02-22
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I have a list (Y) with values. If the value in a specific field Z changes I want to update another field X. If item(Z) is not changed, field X should not be updated.

How do I build this workflow in Sharepoint designer 2010?

thank you!

/David
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Thanks! I´l try that one!
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