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I’m constantly gathering information about Excel shortcuts and hotkeys.

Some time ago I started documenting and writing down (what is growing to be) an extremely comprehensive list of Excel shortcuts and hotkeys.

Though this is a common checklist, I recommend preparing a standard testing checklist tailored to your specific needs using below test cases in addition to application-specific tests.#1) Maintaining a standard repository of reusable test cases for your application will ensure that most common bugs will be caught more quickly. Check application behaviour after operation timeout.

#2) A checklist helps to complete writing test cases quickly for new versions of the application.

These are all general test cases and should be applicable for almost all kind of applications.

Refer these tests while writing test cases for your project and I’m sure you will cover most of the testing types except the application specific business rules provided in your SRS documents.

– An application should be tested on a variety of displays like LCD, CRT, Notebooks, Tablets, and Mobile phones. Reset button functionality should set default values for all fields.

Check if there is any field on the page with default focus (in general, the focus should be set on first input field of the screen). Check if child windows are getting closed on closing parent/opener window. If child window is opened, user should not be able to use or update any field in the background or parent window 6. Check if correct data is getting saved in the database upon successful page submit. Check values for columns which are not accepting null values.

Check image upload functionality with file types other than images (e.g.

Check if images of specified height and width (if defined) are accepted otherwise rejected. The image upload progress bar should appear for large size images. Check if cancel button functionality is working in between upload process. Check if file selection dialog shows only supported files listed.

Assume that your application supports the following functionalities – Forms with various fields – Child windows – Application interacts with database – Various search filter criteria and display results – Image upload – Send email functionality – Data export functionality1. Amount values should be displayed with correct currency symbols.

All mandatory fields should be validated and indicated by an asterisk (*) symbol. Validation error messages should be displayed properly at a correct position. All error messages should be displayed in the same CSS style (e.g. General confirmation messages should be displayed using CSS style other than error messages style (e.g.

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