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Data-Driven Automation Testing: Drive Test Cases with Excel

The "Read Excel" block in LEAPWORK is a major step forward for data-driven test automation, making it very easy to parameterize and drive automation cases with structured and tabular data.

Whether you want to perform smoke tests by picking random test data from an Excel file, or need to loop through thousands of rows in functional test cases, it only takes a minute to start using the "Excel" block.

Read Excel sheet and pick a random row in LEAPWORK

Simply upload an Excel file, select a range and wire up other blocks to use the data within.

Excel sheet range picker in LEAPWORK

Everything you need for codeless test automation

Learn more about codeless test automation in our guide to reducing risk, lowering costs, and driving value with test automation.

Read the LEAPWORK Guide to intelligent test automation

Claus Topholt
Claus Topholt
CTO and co-founder of LEAPWORK.

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