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Test Case AOOTest-395: Data -) Validity (Time)_00041 [Version : 1]
Author:undefined - 24/10/2012 14:22:31
Summary:

Validation allows users to guide users through data entry in spreadsheet by restricting cells to receive specific values and ranges.

Preconditions:

Launch application and create a new spreadsheet document

#:Step actions:Expected Results:
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Expected Results:

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Select the cells for which you want to define a new validity rule.

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Click 'Data -) Validity'.

The 'Validity' dialog appears.

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Click the 'Criteria' tab page.

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Click the 'Allow' field and select 'Time' .

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Click 'Data' combo box and select the item 'greater than or equal to'.

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Input '8:00' value to 'Value' input field.

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Click 'Input Help' tab page.

The 'Input Help' page is selected.

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Enter the title 'Time'.

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Enter the text of the tip 'greater than or equal to 8:00'.

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Click 'Show input help when cell is selected'.

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Click 'Error Alert' tab page.

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Click 'Action' combo box and select 'Warning'.(Select 'Warning' or 'Information' to display a dialog in which the entry can either be canceled (the cell value will be retained) or accepted (even if the new value violates the validity rule)).

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Enter the title and the error message.

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Click 'Show error message when invalid values are entered' check box.

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Click 'OK' button.

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Click another cell.

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Click the cell that define validity rule.

The title and the text of help is displayed in a yellow tip box.

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Input '7:30' value in the cell.

The 'Warning' message box appears.

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Click the button 'OK'.

The input is accepted.

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Input '6:00' value in the cell.

The 'Warning' message box appears.

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Click the button 'Cancel'.

The input is rejected.

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Input '8:00' value in the cell.

The input is accepted.

Execution type:Manual
Importance:Medium
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