1. Use Analog Recording for applications in which the actual movement of the mouse is what you want to record. These can include drawing a mouse signature or working with drawing applications that create images by dragging the mouse.
2. Use Low-Level Recording for when you need to record the exact location of the operation on your application screen. While recording in normal mode, QuickTest performs the step on an object even if it has moved to a new
location on the screen. If the location of the object is important to your test,switch to Low-Level Recording to enable QuickTest to record the object in terms of its x- and y- coordinates on the screen. This way, the step will pass
only if the object is in the correct position.