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you can't do it out of the box, so you will need to develop a custom workflow activity:
Or you might search for an existing solution, though it will have to work with 2011 in your case
If the relationship is a N:N relationship, you will need to associate the new record to the linked records of the old record. I think you can do it with a OOTB workflow
I will try it. Thx so much for this idea
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