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#### Why error message #NULL! occurs and how to solve it

01:51### Why error message #NULL! occurs and how to solve it

You may not know what to do if the error message "#NULL!" occurs when carrying out calculations in a table. Today, I'll talk about why the error message #NULL! occurs and how to solve it. In general, the error message "#NULL!" is caused by the lack of the reference operator in references, resulting in an empty range of references. · The formula references continuous cell range without the correct reference operator.Take this table as an example. If we want to sum up the company'....

#### Why error message #DIV0! occurs and how to solve it

02:27### Why error message #DIV0! occurs and how to solve it

When calculating data with WPS Spreadsheet, the error message #DIV/0! will come to us from time to time.What caused the mistake? And how can we remove it? Take this table as an example. For example, when we want to calculate the unit price of pencils, we can enter =C3/D3 in cell E3, and the calculation result will show the error value #DIV/0! This is because, in this division operation, the denominator is 0, which leads to the calculation error. When we drop down and fill in the calcul....

#### Why error message NA occurs and how to solve it

02:56### Why error message NA occurs and how to solve it

When using the VLOOKUP function to locate data, a #N/A error sometimes will appear.Two common causes are listed as followed. The first reason: the searched value is not in the searching range. Take this table as an example. To get the sales of erasers, black pens, pencils, and blue pens, we need to insert the following formula: =VLOOKUP(F3,A2:D9,4,0) F3 is Lookup_value, Eraser is the value to look for. A2:D9 is Table_array, the entire table is the range containing the data to look for.....

#### Formatting time in WPS Spreadsheet

01:08### Formatting time in WPS Spreadsheet

WPS Spreadsheet could be an alternative to Microsoft Office Excel. It includes 100's of built-in formulas, pivot tables, and more. Today, we will learn how to format the time. Before setting, we need to be aware of the correct way to record time.A complete-time duration consists of hours, minutes and seconds, and each value is separated by colons.For example: 12:25:25. Take this table as an example, select the cells A4-A14. Click the Number Format drop-down button in the Home tab, ....

#### How to use the Spell Check function in WPS Spreadsheet

02:15### How to use the Spell Check function in WPS Spreadsheet

The Spell Check function of WPS Spreadsheet can help us quickly trap misspelled words and provide suggestions for correction, greatly saving the calibration time of the table.In the Review tab, click the Spell Check button and open the Spell Check dialog box, whose shortcut key is F7.In the text box on the left, we can see some words marked in red. These are the words in which WPS Office has detected possible spelling mistakes. Take this table as an example. The cells are checked from ....

#### Why error message #NUM! occurs and how to solve it

02:55### Why error message #NUM! occurs and how to solve it

We may encounter some errors when calculating in tables. One of these errors is "#NUM!." There are mainly three causes: 1. The calculated value is too large or too small. 2. Invalid values are referenced in the formula. 3. The iterative function fails to calculate the result. · 1. The calculated value is too large or too small.Take this table as an example. To calculate eight hundred to the power of nine hundred, input "=B3^C3," which means B3 to the power of C3. Then it returns "#NUM....

#### Why error message #VALUE! occurs and how to solve it

03:11### Why error message #VALUE! occurs and how to solve it

The errors in a function or formula will result in calculation errors, and it returns "#VALUE!". The common causes are as follows: incorrect function syntax, the reference cells containing text in the formulas, the reference cells containing a non-character string in the formulas, and the lack of braces in the formulas. Let's go through them one by one. · Incorrect function syntax.For example, we want to calculate the difference in computer sales between the first half of this year....

#### Why error message #NAME? occurs and how to solve it

03:29### Why error message #NAME? occurs and how to solve it

When processing data in a table, the #NAME error might occur. There are four possible causes: first, the formula name was misspelled. Second, the double quotation marks were omitted for text values. Third, the colon was omitted in a range reference. Fourth, the formula refers to a name that has not been defined. First, the formula name was misspelled Take this table as an example. When we use the formula =SUN(C3:C12) to calculate the total sales of all products, the calculation result ....