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Test Case AOOTest-341: Sort Options_Copy sort results to. [Version : 1]
Author:undefined - 24/10/2012 14:22:30
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Expected Result

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Launch application then create a sc document.

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Input some data.

Click Data-)Sort in main menu.

Sort dialog pops up.

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Select an item in 'Sort by' list and choose 'Ascending'.

Click Options tab in Sort dialog and check the option 'Copy results to'.

Input the target range, for example, '$sheet3.$A4' then click OK.

Verify data is sorted by the selected item ascending and case sensitively.

And the sort result is inserted into the cell A4 in sheet3.

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Undo * Redo for several times.

Work correctly.

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Move focus to another sheet then select a cell range.

Click Create-)Name-)Define.

Input a name then click OK.

A named range is created.

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Set focus to the original data.

Click Data-)Sort in main menu.

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Select an item in 'Sort by' list and choose 'Ascending'.

Click Options tab in Sort dialog and check the option 'Copy results to'.

Click the little triangle and select the named range in the list.

Click OK.

Verify data is sorted by the selected item ascending and case sensitively.

And the sort result is inserted into the predefined range.

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Undo * Redo for several times.

Work correctly.

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Save and close document.

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Reopen document.

Verify data sort is not lost.

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Execution type:Manual
Importance:Medium
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