Often multiple engineers work on one test program with shared debugging of device test blocks. This can result in program quality issues, such as inappropriate instrument setting or instrument meter range usage, due to skill level gaps, causing additional work and resulting in schedule impacts or cost increases. To prevent these types of problems during the test program development phase, Teradyne has developed several tools to ensure program quality. This presentation will discuss the tester setting readback tool and the instrument range check tool, both utilizing a software structure that is directly linked to the test program. The readback tool generates an ASCII exported file at the instrument DC measurement timing, such as SPU/APU/HPD/HSD mi/mv during program execution. It also supports HSD/UPD time stamper measurement and digital functional tests. The instrument range check tool similarly generates an ASCII exported file at the instrument DC measurement timing. For post processing, an Excel macro calculates if the instrument range setting is appropriate for the test limit based on the instrument specification.