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How to create custom workflow for SharePoint 2007 in Visual Studio in C# code?

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Hi, I need to create Leave Approval workflow and I have deploy to SharePoint 2007 site.
I want to create custom workflow i.e. Leave approval in Visual Studio by C# code and to deploy on SharePoint site.
I want to know what the processes and steps are involved in it.
If anyone have some projects or documents or demo video so please share with me.
Thanks & Regards,
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The videos by Robert Shelton are a great resource to start. He goes through the steps of creating a custom approval WF Visual Studio

http://www.sheltonblog.com/archive/2007/11/04/series-of-sharepoint-workflow-how-to-videos.aspx

Code can also be downloaded...
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