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I am new to HP QTP automation tool. Could you please suggest some free good websites that provide elearning, training, tutorials, and videos for mastery of HP's QTP software.

Thanks! :)

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For beginner to learn QTP, you can visit guru99.com/quick-test-professional-qtp-tutorial.html. The site has the purpose to give free education for all, especially the beginner who has little or no automation experience in QTP. The site also explains QTP with videos, this might help you...

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Could you perhaps elaborate on this a bit more? What is the site's purpose, and how it relates to QTP? –  corsiKa May 29 '12 at 19:05
    
@corsika,,, The [www.guru99.com]site purpose is to give free education for all,and for the beginner ,who got little or no automation experience in QTP,,this site will help for begginners... –  user2546 May 30 '12 at 4:24
    
@Kotla, Thanks for your response! Direct link @ guru99.com/quick-test-professional-qtp-tutorial.html –  Brian McCarthy Jun 1 '12 at 12:22

We have just started QTP training series. This online free QTP training article series is designed for beginners as well as advanced users. The first article of this series is published at:

http://www.softwaretestinghelp.com - Online QTP Training

Bookmark this page as you will find more articles in the series as well the videos along with these articles.

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Please check in my blog for the tutorials. I frequently post about QTP and other tools. There are training videos available which is free. I keep updating latest patches, tips and tricks about HP tools.

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