5 basic functions in WPS Word
In this article, you will learn 5 basic functions in WPS Word.
Master these practical skills to improve your office productivity.
l An introduction to 5 magic functions in WPS Word:
Ø Quickly turn to page 50 without rolling the mouse
Head to the Home tab, click the Find and Replace drop-down button and select the Go To button, or press Ctrl+G to pop up the dialog box.
In Go to what, click Page, enter “50” in the Enter page number, and click Go To.
Ø Check the box
Head to the Insert tab, click the Symbol button to pop up the dialog box. In the Font box, enter “Wingdings”, find the symbol and click Insert.
Ø Quickly insert new rows for a table in Word
Select the last cell of the last row of the table and press the Tab key to quickly add a new row to the table.
In addition, with the Tab key, you can quickly switch cell positions.
Ø Combine elongated tables with the column function
Head to the Page Layout tab, and click the Columns drop-down button to choose Three to divide the elongated table into three columns to save paper.
Ø Use the Split Window feature to easily compare contextual scripts
Head to the View Tab, click the Split Window drop-down button to select Split Horizontally or Split Vertically.
Click the Cancel Splitting button to normal view mode.
This is all about 5 magic functions in WPS Word. Did you get it?
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l What is Columns function in WPS Word?
The Columns feature is an important function of Word document layout. As you can know from its name, its role is to divide the content into multiple columns.
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