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Test-case name:abiword/abi-001
This test will check that Abiword can be started

Open Abiword.
Did Abiword launch?

Test-case name:abiword/abi-002
This test will check that Abiword can open and save .abw files

Open a new text document.
Has a new unnamed text document appeared?
Add text and save it in .abw format.
After inserting some text, is the "Save" icon is enabled?
Save the file
Did the file save correctly?
Open the saved file again.
Did the file open correctly?
Close the file and open the saved file again.
Can the file be opened again after closing?
Make some changes to the file then close the window by pressing the 'x' on the top of the window.
Did a dialog box ask you to save changes?
Did the Application correctly close without error?

Test-case name:abiword/abi-003
This test will check that Abiword can spell check

Enter a few spelling errors.
Are there red wave lines under misspelled words in the document?
Now Press F7.
A window titled with "Spelling” should appear, there now should be some suggestion words in the suggestions list?
Select a word from the suggestion list and press the "Change" button.
The word in the document should be 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 the “Change” button as many times as necessary till there are no more spelling mistakes in the document.
Did all the spelling mistakes get replaced, were the words correctly suggested?

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

RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-25 11:53 by nskaggs