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Test Case AOOTest-281: (Extend) Text * Cell Properties_Font_CTL font_Font size [Version : 1]
Author:undefined - 24/10/2012 14:21:16
Summary:

To verify that text * cell properties can be applied/modified properly - font - CTL font properties.

Preconditions:

1. AOO is installed under certain locale. 2. Launch AOO. 3. Check on 'Show UI elements for Bi-Directional writing' in 'Tools-) Option-) Language Settings -) Languages' to show CTL font properties in Text and Cell Properties dialog.

#:Step actions:Expected Results:
1

Expected results

2

New a spreadsheet.

New spreadsheet is created.

3

Input texts (including CTL characters and Western characters) into a cell, then select the cell.

4

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

5

Change font size of Western text font, then click OK button.

Only Western characters are changed.

6

Enter 'Format Cells' dialog and change font size of CTL font, then click OK button.

Only CTL characters are changed.

7

Repeat steps 3 to 5 several times, try different font properties.

Ditto.

8

Enter 'Format Cells' dialog and change font size of Western text font and CTL font, then click OK button.

Properties of Western characters and CTL characters are applied respectively.

9

Undo several times, then redo several times.

Undo and redo should perform properly.

10

Save and close file.

11

Re-open the file and check.

Applied font properties should be saved properly.

Execution type:Manual
Importance:Medium
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