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TEXT formula in WPS Spreadsheet03:09
TEXT formula in WPS Spreadsheet
The TEXT formula in Excel is commonly used for the conversion of number-to-text in a certain format, and it could be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. Normally, the TEXT formula is used to customize format cells in terms of actual needs. To realize it, we need to adjust the second parameter of the formula, which stands for format texts to be set. In this example, the number 2.012584, which equips with six decimal places, entered cell A2. How can we convert it into a v....
Use VLOOKUP function to create dynamic charts03:44
Use VLOOKUP function to create dynamic charts
In the last video, we introduced the tips for making dynamic charts quickly. And this video will show you how to create dynamic charts with the help of the VLOOKUP function. Some knowledge points such as drop-down lists, VLOOKUP function, and absolute references are involved in making dynamic charts. If you are not familiar with these knowledge points, you're welcome to enter WPS Academy to search for learning. Take this table as an example. We're going to create a dynamic char....
How to use the Excel MID function01:54
How to use the Excel MID function
When using WPS Spreadsheets to process data, sometimes we need to catch part of the data from a series of numbers. We can use the MID formula to realize it, to catch up a certain length of characters from a series of numbers. In this example, there is a list of phone numbers. The MID function can extract the long series of numbers, keeping the last seven numbers when removing the first three characters. Select cell D2 and click the Insert Function to pop up the Search for a function d....
Create simple and intuitive mini charts03:10
Create simple and intuitive mini charts
The mini chart can help us to compare and analyze data of a row or column. It is very useful when presenting data. So in this video, we are going to show you how to create simple and intuitive mini charts.In Sheet1, we can see Monthly sales of clothing. But we can't visually tell the difference between sales each month. Therefore, we should use the mini chart.1. Click the Insert tab.2. Click the Line buttons.3. Now a Create Sparklines dialog box will pop up.4. Select cells B3:J3 as....
Use IF function to judge data01:48
Use IF function to judge data
The IF function can judge the specified condition and give two results when the condition is established and when it is not.Here is a staff interview form. Now we need to count the people who passed the interview quickly. If the interview score is greater than or equal to 6, the interviewee is passed, but the interviewee is unqualified if the interview score is less than 6. Here, we can use the IF function to judge the result of the interview quickly. The IF function syntax is as follo....
Multiple merge methods to cells03:17
Multiple merge methods to cells
When we use the WPS Spreadsheet, we often need to merge and combine multiple cells. Merge and Center in WPS spreadsheet offers multiple merging methods. We will explain in detail how to use this function. · Merge and CenterSelect the cell area to be merged, click Home and find the drop-down menu of Merge and Center, and select Merge and Center or press keyboard shortcut Ctrl+M. In this way, the selected cells can be merged into one cell and displayed in the center. · Merge CellsSelect ....
Quickly create dynamic charts01:12
Quickly create dynamic charts
We often use dynamic charts in our practical work. Use the mouse to select different preset items in the slicer. Then the chart will change with the selected item. This video will show you how to quickly create simple dynamic charts. Take this table as an example. We select any cell in the table, click Table under the Insert tab to create a super table, or we can use the shortcut Ctrl+L to quickly open Create Table, and click OK. Get into the Table Tools tab, and click Insert Slicer. I....
Use SUMIFS function with multiple criteria02:27
Use SUMIFS function with multiple criteria
In our work, we often need to filter through multiple criteria for statistics. At this time, we can use the SUMIFS function. The grammatical structure of the SUMIFS function is: “SUMIFS（Sum range, Range1, Criteria 1, Range2, Criteria2...）”Using the data in this table as an example, we want to calculate The total amount of imported fruits from South Korea greater than $50,000. There are two conditions. One is South Korea, and the other is the amount>$50,000.First, after clicking cell E5....