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ID1423
TitleLibreOffice
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Part of testsuitesLibreOffice
Ubuntu Office

RevisionWritten on the 2013-05-30 17:35 by nskaggs
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Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-001
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can be started

Open the dash and launch LibreOffice Calc by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘calc’
Did LibreOffice Calc launch?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-002
This test will check that LibreOffice Impress can be started

Open the dash and launch LibreOffice Impress by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘impress’
Did LibreOffice Impress launch?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-003
This test will check that LibreOffice Math can be started

Open the dash and launch LibreOffice equation editor by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘math’
Did LibreOffice Math launch?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-004
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can be started

Open the dash and launch LibreOffice Writer by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘writer’
Did LibreOffice Writer launch?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-005
This test will check that LibreOffice Draw can be started

Open the dash and launch LibreOffice Draw by pressing the super key, and then entering ‘draw’
Did LibreOffice Draw launch?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-006
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can open and save ODF files

Open a new text document
A new unnamed text document appears.
Add text and save it in ODF format
After inserting some text, the "Save" icon is enabled.
Open the saved file again.
The save dialog lets you save the file.
Close the file and open the saved file again
Can the file be opened again after closing properly?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-007
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can check spelling

Download the test document: http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/contrib/test-files/plain/writer/...
Open the test file with libreoffice
There are Red and Blue wave lines under misspelled words and those containing grammar mistakes over the whole document.
Press F7
The window titled with "Spelling and Grammar: [Language'" pops up; In the spell and grammar check window, the "Text language" is set to the same of document language type; All buttons are available to click; There should be some suggestion words in the suggestions list.
Select a word from the suggestion list and press "Change" button
The word in the document is replaced with the one you selected from the suggestion list, and it should be no longer marked with a red wave line in the document.
Press Change many times to get through the entire document
Did all the correction of misspelling and grammar mistakes work smoothly and finally after the overall change did the entire document no longer contain wave lines any more?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-008
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can hypenate words

Download the test document: http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/contrib/test-files/plain/writer/...
Open the test file with libreoffice
Select from menu Tools-Language-Hyphenation...
The hyphenation dialog should pop up
Press button in the dialog "Hyphenate"
The corresponding word is split across two lines separated by a hyphen. Next word to be hyphenated is shown in the dialog box.
Press button in the dialog "Skip"
The corresponding word should not be split across two lines.
Press "Hyphenate" several times until the check finished
Select from menu Tools-Language-Hyphenation...
Press button "Remove" several times until the check finished
All of the hyphenated words are changed back without hyphens
Select from menu Tools-Language-Hyphenation...
Press button in the dialog "Hyphenate All"
Did all words needing to be hyphenated, split by hyphens at one time?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-009
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can save and open files

Open a new Calc document.
A new blank spreadsheet is opened.
Add numeric values, date values, calculations, cell references, different formatting.
After editing the first cell, the "Save" icon is available.
Add content in your language, specially characters and formatting typical of your language.
The "Save" dialog lets you save the file.
Test and save it in ODF format.
Open the saved file again.
Can the file be opened properly again after closing?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-010
This test will check that LibreOffice Impress can display special characters

Open a OpenDocument presentation (.odp) file containing special characters in your language
The presentation (OpenDocument and PowerPoint) should run as an on-screen presentation, displaying all the pages with transitions and animations.
Choose Presentation-Presentation.
Special characters in your language should display correctly
Do the same with an MS PowerPoint file.
Was the content not altered?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-011
This test will check that LibreOffice Base can create new databases

Open a new database file (New - Database) and check [Create a database' then click on Next button.
The database wizard open: all strings in the dialog box and window are correctly localized.
Check [Yes, I want the wizard to register the database' and [Open the database for edition' and click on Finish.
Enter a name for the database (using special characters in your language) in the dialog box and click OK.
Does the database application appear?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-012
This test will check that LibreOffice Base can create new tables and fields

Click on the Table icon in the database panel.
Click on [Create a table in Design mode...' in the [Tasks' panel.
Enter the name, address and telephone number as field names.
Call this table "Table1" as a reference for the following tests.
Click on the [Save' icon - enter the table name (containing special characters) - click on Yes to create a primary key.
Click [Index Design' - Click on Close.
Close the window.
Is Table1 properly created? Did the designer work without error?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-013
This test will check that LibreOffice Math can create new formulas

Call the menu 'File - New - Formula' the formula editor.
Is the module called and two parts (formula and input window) displayed and are all menu items, tool tips and context menus translated?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-014
This test will check that LibreOffice Math can save and open formulas

Enter different formula values, for example: lllint from{1} to{x} (1 over sum from {k > j} (d_(j)+arccot(nroot{32 }X^{11})))+1
There should be a mathematical formula in Math.
Click in the upper window in the formula.
The cursor goes to the input window when the Formula window, the individual sections of the formula are marked.
Save the formula from.
The formula is saved, the editor closes.
Complete the formula and open it again.
Can the formula be opened once?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-015
This test will check that LibreOffice Draw can open and save files

Open a new Draw document.
A new file is opened.
Add a few different forms, including text boxes, font, etc. Work
You can insert various shapes without problems.
Using Edit - Undo different steps to reverse. Position using Edit - Redo restores previously deleted items.
You can undo steps previously made. The Edit dialog shows the undo steps correctly translated. Even the restoration works without difficulty and is displayed correctly under Edit.
Save the drawing as an ODF file (in. Odg) from.
The Save As dialog opens and lets you save the document.
Open the saved document.
Can the document be opened again after closing properly?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-016
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can convert Word documents to ODF

Open a Word document format .doc or .docx and save it in ODF format.
The file can be opened and saved correctly in the revised format.
Then open the document again.
After the closing and opening, do the contents look the same in the different file formats?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-017
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can convert ODF to Word files

Open an ODF file and save it as .doc file format.
Can the file be opened and saved in the revised format? You will see a warning message regarding the revised format, is the warning message translated into your language? After closing and reopening, do the contents remain the same?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-018
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can export to PDF

Open an ODF file and export is as PDF file format via menu "File - Export as PDF...". Change the tab "General" setting to "PDF/A-1a".
This will open the PDF Options dialog. The required settings can be made, the file can be exported.
Open the exported file in one (or more) PDF viewer(s).
Can the exported file be opened in your PDF viewer? Does it appear properly?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-019
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can display Word files correctly

Open a Word document (in. Docx or. Doc) written in your own language character
Can the file be opened in the revised format, in which the contents look the same as you expected?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-020
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can open and save ODF files in revised format

Open an ODF file and save it as .doc .docx file formats.
Can the file be opened and saved in the revised format? You will see a warning message regarding the revised format, is the warning message translated into your language? After closing and reopening, do the contents remain the same?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-021
This test will check that LibreOffice Writer can export to PDF/A-1a

Open an ODF file and export is as PDF file format via menu "File - Export as PDF...". Change the tab "General" setting to "PDF/A-1a".
This will open the PDF Options dialog. The required settings can be made, the file can be exported.
Open the exported file in one (or more) PDF viewer(s).
Can the exported file be opened in your PDF viewer? For the exported file using the second method, does it also display properly in a PDF viewer?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-022
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can be convert Excel files to ODF format

Open a document in Excel format (.xls or .xlsx) and save it in ODF format.
The file can be opened and saved in the revised format.
Then reopen the document.
After closing and reopening do the contents remain the same?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-023
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can be convert ODF to Excel format

Open an ODF file and save it as .xls file format.
Can the file be opened and saved in the revised format? You will see a warning message regarding the revised format, is the warning message translated into your language? After closing and reopening, do the contents remain the same?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-024
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can be export to PDF/A-1a format

Open an ODF file and export is as PDF file format via menu "File - Export as PDF...". Change the tab "General" setting to "PDF/A-1a".
This will open the PDF Options dialog. The required settings can be made, the file can be exported.
Open the exported file in one (or more) PDF viewer(s).
Can the exported file be opened in your PDF viewer? For the exported file using the second method, does it also display properly in a PDF viewer?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-025
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can be copy and paste contents

Download the attachment: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/attachment.cgi?id=52470
Open the attached test data source.ods
Select the chart in Sheet1 and 'Edit' - 'Copy'
Create a new spreadsheet file
'Edit' - 'Paste' (vp.1)
The chart can be pasted without problem
Double click the pasted chart (vp.2)
Can you get into the edit mode without data loss?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-026
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can be open and save Excel documents

Open an Excel document containing special characters in your own language (in. xls or. xlsx).
The document opens.
Save it as ODF file (in. Ods) from.
The document can be saved in the changed format.
Open the document again.
After closing and reopening does the content looks the same?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-027
This test will check that LibreOffice Calc can be open and save documents in revised format

Open an ODF file and save it as .xls file format.
Can the file be opened and saved in the revised format? You will see a warning message regarding the revised format, is the warning message translated into your language? After closing and reopening, do the contents remain the same?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-028
This test will check that LibreOffice Impress can export to PDF

Open an ODF file and export is as PDF file format via menu "File - Export as PDF...". Change the tab "General" setting to "PDF/A-1a".
This will open the PDF Options dialog. The required settings can be made, the file can be exported.
Open the exported file in one (or more) PDF viewer(s).
Can the exported file be opened in your PDF viewer? For the exported file using the second method, does it also display properly in a PDF viewer?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-029
This test will check that LibreOffice Impress can open and save Powerpoint files

Open an MS .ppt file format in your language (containing special characters in your language)
The PowerPoint file should open correctly in LibreOffice.
The layout, the display of characters, bullets and numbering should display correctly.
Save to OpenDocument file format (.odp)
File should be saved without problem and reopened the same way.
Reopen the document.
Is the content not altered?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-030
This test will check that LibreOffice Impress can convert ODF to Powerpoint

Open an OpenDocument presentation (.odp) file containing special characters in your language
The file should save correctly.
Save the file to MS PowerPoint (.ppt) file format.
When reopening the file, the content should display correctly in PowerPoint application or the viewer.
Reopen the file in PowerPoint or in PowerPoint viewer.
Is the content not altered?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-031
This test will check that LibreOffice Impress can convert Powerpoint to ODF

Open an MS .ppt file format in your language (containing special characters in your language)
The PowerPoint file should open correctly in LibreOffice; The layout, the display of characters, bullets and numbering should display correctly.
Save to OpenDocument file format (.odp)
File should be saved without problem and reopened the same way.
Reopen the document.
IS the content not altered?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-032
This test will check that LibreOffice Base can create new tables

Click on the Table icon in the database panel.
Click on [Create a table in Design mode...' in the [Tasks' panel.
Enter the name, address and telephone number as field names.
Call this table "Table1" as a reference for the following tests.
Click on the [Save' icon - enter the table name (containing special characters) - click on Yes to create a primary key.
Click [Index Design' - Click on Close.
Close the window.
Is the table created without any error?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-033
This test will check that LibreOffice Base can open created tables

Double click on the icon for the database table created during the Base-1 test
Enter several records containing special characters in your language and click on the "Save the current record" icon.
Do all the strings display correctly and specially those containing special characters?

Test-case name: libreoffice/lbc-034
This test will check that LibreOffice Base can export to PDF

Open an ODF document (in. Odg) and export this as PDF file:
Over the symbol "Direct Export as PDF"
This opens the Export dialog. The document can be exported.
On the menu item "File - Export as PDF ...". Change the tab "General" setting on "PDF/A-1a".
It will open the PDF Options dialog. the desired Settings can be made, the file can be exported. The message that the document is displayed in PDF / A mode.
Open the exported file in one (or more) PDF viewer (s).
Can the exported file be opened in PDF viewer?

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

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