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Test Case AOOTest-273: (Extend) Text * Cell Properties_Alignment_Asian layout mode [Version : 1]
Author:undefined - 24/10/2012 14:21:16
Summary:

To verify that text * cell properties can be applied/modified properly - alignment - Asian layout mode. Asian layout mode will display in Text and Cell dialog if 'Enable for Asian language' in Preferences (Tools-) Options-) Language Settings -) Languages) is checked. Text degrees and Reference edge are disable when Vertically stacked is 'checked' or 'don't care'. Asian layout mode is enable when Vertically stacked is 'checked'. Possible states of Vertically stacked check box. State Mockup Comment Unchecked Asian layout mode is not applied to any cell in current selection. Checked Asian layout mode is applied to all cells in current selection. Don't care Asian layout mode is applied to some of cells in current selection. Samples when Vertically stacked is checked/unchecked.

Preconditions:

#:Step actions:Expected Results:
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Expected results

2

New a spreadsheet.

New spreadsheet is created.

3

Check on 'Show UI elements for East Asian writings' in Tools -) Options -) Language Settings -) Languages.

4

Input some contents into some cells, then select the cells.

5

Enter 'Format Cells' dialog then active Alignment tab page.

6

Click on Vertically stacked several times.

State of Vertically stacked changes between 'Checked' and 'Unchecked'. and Text degrees and Reference edge are disabled when Vertically stacked is checked.

7

Check on Vertically stacked, then click OK button.

Texts in selected cells should be vertically stacked.

8

Select some cells mentioned in step 3, then enter Text and Cell Properties dialog and active Alignment tab page.

9

Click on Asian layout mode several times.

State of Asian layout mode changes between 'Checked' and 'Unchecked'.

10

Check on Asian layout mode, then click OK button.

Texts in selected cells should display properly.

11

Select all cells mentioned in step 2.

12

Check Asian layout mode in 'Format Cells' dialog.

1. State of Asian layout mode is 'Don't care' if there are more than one states in selected cells.

2. State of Asian layout mode is 'Checked' if all cells in selected range are in Asian layout mode.

3. State of Asian layout mode is 'Unchecked' if none cell in selected range is in Asian layout mode.

13

Click on Asian layout mode several times.

State of Asian layout mode changes among 'Checked', 'Unchecked' and 'Don't care'.

14

Set Asian layout mode as 'Don't care' then click OK button.

Cells in selected range should keep original state respectively.

15

Repeat steps 6 and 7, then set Vertically stacked as 'Unchecked' and click OK button.

None cell in selected range is in Asian layout mode.

16

Repeat steps 6 and 7, then set Vertically stacked as 'Checked' and click OK button.

All cells in selected range are in Asian layout mode.

17

Undo several times, then redo several times.

Undo and redo should perform properly.

18

Save and close file.

19

Re-open the file and check.

Vertically stacked states should be saved properly.

Execution type:Manual
Importance:Medium
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