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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....
Change horizontal data to vertical and make data clearer01:06
Change horizontal data to vertical and make data clearer
In our daily work, we may encounter some table data with a vertical layout. Using the proper layout style for different tables will make it more convenient for us to check data. So how can we change horizontal data to vertical?1. First, we use the shortcut key Ctrl+A to select all the contents in the table.2. Then use Ctrl+C to copy the selected cell range. 3. Right-click and select the Paste Special option.4. Select Transpose in the popup menu. Then the horizontal data will immediatel....
How to consolidate data in WPS Spreadsheet01:28
How to consolidate data in WPS Spreadsheet
In daily work, we often need to summarize and calculate some related data. By using the Consolidate feature, we can quickly calculate the data in multiple worksheets. This feature can be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. Now let's learn it together! Take the following table as an example. You can see that there are sales data from different staff. Now we want to count the total sales volume of all employees. 1. Create a summary sheet in Spreadsheet.2. Select cell....
Quickly filter classified data01:41
Quickly filter classified data
How to quickly extract data of a certain category from a large amount of data? The filtering feature of WPS Office can help us to do it quickly. Take this table as an example. How are we going to filter out the data of New York? 1. Select any cell in the list.2. Click the Home tab.3. Click the AutoFilter drop-down button or use the shortcut key CTRL+Shift+L to set. Then the data list will enter the filtering state. 4. Click the gray inverted triangle arrow in the header cell of Branch,....
Text to Columns: Sort data quickly02:03
Text to Columns: Sort data quickly
When creating tables, we sometimes need to import data from outside, and this data often requires secondary classification processing. We now want to classify the data in the table into Name, Age and Telephone. So how can we do that?1. We select column A, click the Data tab.2. Click the Text to Columns drop-down button. 3. Then select the Text to Columns option in the drop-down menu.In the popup dialog box, we can see two options.+One is Delimited. Here, we can use symbols as the basis....
Split the screen for data comparison01:21
Split the screen for data comparison
WPS Spreadsheet could be an alternative to Microsoft Office Excel. It includes 100's of built-in formulas, pivot tables, and more. When we meet a situation where a large amount of data in the table can not be completely displayed in the window, we still want to see the contents from different positions at the same time. To solve this, using the Split window is probably the best idea. If you want to connect the total sales with Branch in a spreadsheet with massive data, dragging the....
How to group data in a spreadsheet02:01
How to group data in a spreadsheet
When using WPS Spreadsheets to process data reports, grouping data in proper ways can present data more clearly and boost our productivity. The spreadsheet in this example presents a company's sales performance during the first half of a year. To make it more convenient for data viewing, we can group the data belonging to the same category. 1. Select cells of Column B and Column K. 2. Get into the Data tab, and click the Group button. (Tips: You can also press the shortcut keys Shi....
Conditional Formatting for data virtualization01:23
Conditional Formatting for data virtualization
Do you know how to virtualize data with the Conditional Formatting function? The worksheet presents the data of 'Likes to views ratios'. Today's tutorial will take this sheet as an example for data virtualising. Select the cell range B2:B10. Go to Home and click Conditional Formatting. Next, choose Data Bars and then the red Gradient Fill option. After that, we can see the data virtualized with red bars.Although the data in cell B13 is 66.42%, as we can see, the data bar fi....