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Set input conditions and drop-down menus01:54
Set input conditions and drop-down menus
The Data Validation feature of the WPS Spreadsheet can help us quickly complete the setting of input conditions and drop-down menus, thereby improving the accuracy of our input data.Take this form as an example. Now we need to enter a 9-digit US passport number in column C. We can use Data Validation to improve the accuracy of our input data.1. Select the cell range, then click the Data tab. 2. Click the Validation drop-down button.3. Now select the Validation option in the drop-down m....
How can we create a drop-down list01:33
How can we create a drop-down list
How can users quickly enter information in the table according to standard content? Drop-down list can help us to do that. Take this table as an example. Now we need to perfect the data in the “Gender” column. We can easily do that by using the drop-down list. 1. First, select the C2: C16 cell range.2. Then click the Insert Drop-Down List button in the Data tab. 3. We can select the Add choices drop down manually button in the popup dialog box and enter Male in the text box below. 4. T....
How to set a Drop Cap in WPS Writer01:28
How to set a Drop Cap in WPS Writer
When we edit a document with WPS Writer, if we want to highlight the separation of paragraphs, we can set a Drop Cap effect in the paragraph. In this way, the first letter of the paragraph is a large capital letter and it occupies multiple lines, making the paragraph separation more noticeable. · 1. DroppedTake the first paragraph as an example. Select this paragraph. Click the Insert tab and the Drop Cap button, then a dialog will pop up. In the Position area, we can choose None, Drop....
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....
How to customize draw borders for tables01:19
How to customize draw borders for tables
When using WPS Spreadsheet to create tables, we may want some of the cells in the table to have borders and some without borders. To do this, we can use the Draw Border functions to customize the drawing of cell borders, which could be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. Take this table as an example. 1. Click the Home tab. 2. Click the Draw Border drop-down button. 3. Select the Draw Border option in the drop-down menu. The mouse cursor will turn into a brush style. 4.....
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 ....
Use color scales to make the temperature chart00:43
Use color scales to make the temperature chart
The table shows the minimum temperature data of each month in a specific area. We can visually display the temperature changes through the color scale feature of the conditional formatting. We select the cell range B2:M2 and get into the Home tab. Click the Conditional Formatting drop-down button, and choose the Color Scales option. In the pop-up menu, we can select Red-White-Bule Color Scale.At this time, the selected table area will be marked with color. The higher the temperature, t....
Use slash header to show the title name01:25
Use slash header to show the title name
Take this table as an example. When creating a table, we often need to use the Slash Header to display the title name, so how can we make a Slash Header?1. Select cell A1, right-click.2. Then select Format Cells in the popup shortcut menu. We can also use the shortcut key Ctrl+1.3. Then select Border in the Format Cells dialog box.4. Now select the slash shape icon in the border preview area, and click OK. 5. Now enter Subject in cell A1.6. Press Alt+Enter to insert a line break, and t....