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Use Case Specification Template by ModernAnalyst.com Statistics:Article Rating (39756 Views) (4 Comments)
Posted by: vneytcheva on Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Categories: xxx> MS Word, Requirements Analysis (BABOK KA), * FEATURED, Use Cases, User Interface & Usability

Use Case Specification - an MS Word template with pre-set fonts, styles, chapter headers and guidelines.

In order to access this template from the “File/New” menu, change the file extension to ".dot" and copy the file in the MS Word template folder.  For MS Word 2003 this folder is:  "C:\Documents and Settings\Your Username\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates” . Then when you want to create a new document using this template you will follow these steps: “File/New” then on the right hand side of the screen select “On my computer...” and choose this template from the “General” tab on the “Templates” window that pops up.

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Author: Vessela Neytcheva

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Comments
By baldrick @ Monday, March 9, 2009 6:00 PM
I highly recommend not using templates that contain manual formatting. A document that is going to be shared amongst several authors or reviewers needs to contain a predefined set of styles.

I have created just such a use case document here: http://www.umllmu.com/pages/Environment.htm#AUCTemplate

Instructions for using this template are here: http://www.umllmu.com/pages/Requirements.htm#UsingAucTemplate

The styles are explained here: http://www.umllmu.com/Flash/Working%20With%20Styles%20And%20Properties.html

Please feel free to add or modify the front cover and sections of the template.

Leslie.

By sp_100 @ Monday, February 27, 2012 6:20 AM
good. useful

By ohenriquez65 @ Friday, January 25, 2013 11:13 AM
Excellent template. Although in my previous experince the use case spec is also part of the PRD document.

By toubari @ Thursday, May 2, 2013 7:18 PM
That suggested website for the use case above from baldrick states it "contains malware"

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