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I am looking for shortcut Keys which can be used during execution. Below are the keys that I am aware of. Hope this helps:

  1. Ctrl+R: Begin Run
  2. Ctrl+Alt+A: All Test Steps Pass
  3. Ctrl+P: 1selected step pass
  4. Ctrl+G: All test Steps Fail
  5. Ctrl+F: 1 selected test fails
  6. Ctrl+Q: End the execution run and saves the run result.

I am looking for a shortcut key which can be used for:

  1. Blocking a single step
  2. Blocking all the steps.
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You haven't mentioned which test automation tool you are talking about? Doesn't it have a Help file with keyboard shortcuts described in it? –  Joe Strazzere Apr 2 '12 at 13:56
    
I am using QC 10.00 and I searched in the Help part, but was not able to find it. –  Meenakshi Apr 2 '12 at 14:10
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For blocking single statement, use keyword rem before the statement.

For blocking all statements, select all statements and press Ctrl+M.

To Unblock all statements, press Ctrl+Shift+M.

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I tried accessing the source for QC, but when the manual run pop-up block opens, I cannot access the source. So, I guess would have to do with selecting the respective test cases for blocking them. But thanks a lot, for the info about adding hotkeys.

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Assuming this is an HP Quality Centre request, these are the available shotcuts as of version 9.2:

Test Lab Module Shotcuts

Test Lab Module

ALT+N - Creates a new test set
CTRL+A - Adds test to test set
CTRL+DELETE - Removes test from test set
CTRL+F9 - Runs test
CTRL+ALT+F9 - Runs test manually
CTRL+SHIFT+F9 - Continues manual run
ALT+F9 - Runs test set

Test Runner Module

CTRL+Q - Ends the run
CTRL+R - Begins the run
CTRL+K - Cancels the run
CTRL+U - Adds attachments to the test run 
CTRL+B - Adds a new defect
CTRL+S - Adds attachments to the test step
CTRL+P - Passes the selected test run steps
CTRL+F - Fails the selected test run steps
CTRL+A - Passes all the test run steps
CTRL+G - Fails all the test run steps
CTRL+UPARROW/CTRL+DOWNARROW - Selects the previous or next test step

They may well have added more/tweaked some in later versions. Generally have a look at Appendix B in the user manual.

Edit - Expanding answer

To be clear my answer boils down to There is no documented way in QC to do this as of 9.2 (and I'm pretty sure that hasn't changed in 10.0).

As QC is a HTML based application you could view the html source to double check this for yourself, see the following to see how accesskeys/hotkeys are added to html:

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Thanks for the above answer. But I am looking for shortcut keys to block test steps while running the test through a manual runner in HP QC. –  Meenakshi Apr 3 '12 at 3:39
    
Thanks a lot for the inputs, will try and add the Hotkeys. –  Meenakshi Apr 3 '12 at 11:24
    
Unless you can access the QC source you won't be able to add hotkeys, the examples I gave above are to show you what they look like to aid you in finding hotkeys that are already in the HTML... –  Ardesco Apr 3 '12 at 11:29
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