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I have found this answer, May be it will help you: You can enlarge the text in QC for easier viewing by doing this: Click with the mouse in the text window you want to enlarge Click left mouse button and keep it pressed down Scroll up with the scroll wheel of the mouse (scroll down to reduce the font size) Release scroll wheel and left mouse button.
Don't need to download anything below works fine: Click Test Lab/Test Plan/Wherever you keep your test cases. After creating the test set, configure the columns to display in the desired order. Right click within the Test Set list and select Export > All. Name the Export file and click save.
If you are short of time, then park it. We do successfully use QC in an agile team, but are limited to manual testing, and whilst the test plan lends itself to be used as a proper repository, setting it up in a way that matches your teams processes takes a really long time. We have it as it was bought a long time ago when the company had a central test team ...
If you have VS/TFS in house already, use the skills in the teams to help you set it up. Whilst QC is completely customisable, it is not real easy to customise the items you ant My company historically bought QC back when there was a central test team across the whole group, and it worked well. Since restructuring the test teams have all kept with QC, but ...
If you're already using TFS in-house it makes a lot more sense to use the Microsoft toolset for ALM and issue tracking (although I'd look at upgrading to 2013 - TFS management has been made a lot easier compared to 2010, and builds the testing side into the web interface) That said, Microsoft Test Manager is (in my view) more geared to manual testing ...
If the "development side of the house" is already using TFS, then you would be crazy to consider HPQC. Both HPQC and TFS use per seat licensing, and you will have to pay double. TFS is a true ALM solution that includes source control, developer work item tracking, build support and everything that the developers need to do their jobs, and in the later ...
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