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Test Case AOOTest-640: Writer_2D_Chart_ChartWall_TransparencyTab_Via_ContextMenu_Cancel [Version : 1]
Author:undefined - 24/10/2012 14:25:52
Summary:

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#:Step actions:Expected Results:
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Expected Results:

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New a Text Document;

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Go to main menu, select Insert-)Object-)Chart and create 2D chart;

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Double click on the chart to trigger the Chart Wall dialogue;

The Chart Wall dialogue should pop out;

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Go to Area tab and select color from drop down combo box from Fill; then go to Transparency tab;

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From the Transparency mode, select no transparency;

Verify no transparency applied for the selected color;

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Select transparency radio box and change its value by up/down arrow, from 0% to 100%;

Select Reset button,

Verify the color will become increasingly transparent as the value increases; and when the value is 100%, it become blank area;

The value will restore to initial one;

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Select gradient radio button and change the type, CenterX CenterY, Angle, Border, Start Value and End Value for the area;

Select the reset button;

Verify the style will change accordingly;

The changes will restore to initial one;

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Repeat step4 to step7 for Gradient;

The same as above;

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Repeat step4 to step7 for Hatching;

The same as above;

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Repeat step4 to step7 for Bitmap;

The same as above;

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Click on the CANCEL button of the dialogue;

NO changes applies;

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Click undo/redo from the edit menu;

Verify the undo and redo works correctly;

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Execution type:Manual
Importance:Medium
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