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Test Case AOOTest-342: Sort Options_Custom sort order_Predefined in preferences_Copy list from. [Version : 1]
Author:undefined - 24/10/2012 14:22:30
Summary:

Preconditions:

1.Create a sc and input data into cells, for example, red yellow blue green white black 2.Select the cell range. 3.Click Tools-)Options-)OpenOffice.org Spreadsheet-)Sort Lists. 4.Click Copy button. 5.The color list is copied to Lists field. 6.Click OK to close Preferences.

#:Step actions:Expected Results:
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Expected Result

2

Launch application then create a sc document.

3

Input some data.

For example,

Color

black

yellow

blue

black

white

red

Click Data-)Sort in main menu.

Sort dialog pops up.

4

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

Click Options tab in Sort dialog and uncheck the option 'Custom sort order' then click OK.

Verify data is sorted by the selected item ascending in alphabet order.

For this sample:

Color

black

black

blue

red

white

yellow

5

Undo * Redo for several times.

Work correctly.

6

Copy original data to another sheet.

Click Data-)Sort in main menu.

7

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

Click Options tab in Sort dialog and check the option 'Custom sort order'.

Select 'red,yellow,blue,green,white,black' then click OK.

Verify data is sorted by the selected item ascending in custom order.

For this sample:

Color

red

yellow

blue

white

black

black

8

Undo * Redo for several times.

Work correctly.

9

Save and close document.

10

Reopen document.

Verify data sort is not lost.

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Execution type:Manual
Importance:Medium
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Requirements None
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