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Test Case AOOTest-645: Writer_Chart_ScaleText [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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Create a chart with any type in the new created document;

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Check Scale Text button's status in toolbar

There is a toggle item 'Scale Text', and it is un-checked;

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Toggle the item 'Scale Text'

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Drag the bottom-right snap point of the chart and make the charter twice bigger

All the text context in side the chart including 'axis para', 'Title', 'Formula of trend line' and 'Legend' resized synchronized with the resize of chart;

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Repeat step 3

There is a toggle item 'Scale Text', and it is checked;

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Repeat step 4

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Repeat step 5

All the text context in side the chart including 'axis para', 'Title', 'Formula of trend line' and 'Legend' should not be resized;

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undo twice;

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Repeat step 5

All the text context in side the chart including 'axis para', 'Title', 'Formula of trend line' and 'Legend' resized synchronized with the resize of chart;

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Repeat step 3

There is a toggle item 'Scale Text', and it is checked;

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Repeat step 4

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Undo once and redo once;

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Repeat step 5

All the text context in side the chart including 'axis para', 'Title', 'Formula of trend line' and 'Legend' should not be resized;

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Repeat step 3

There is a toggle item 'Scale Text', and it is un-checked;

Execution type:Manual
Importance:Medium
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