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Use IFS function to check whether multiple conditions are met02:47
Use IFS function to check whether multiple conditions are met
When judging multiple conditions, lengthy IF function will make it difficult for others to understand the logic when editing, here, IFS function can be put to good use.The grammatical structure of IFS function is "= IFS (logical _ test1, value _ if _ true1, [logical _ test2, value _ if _ true2], ...)", making nesting layer by layer unnecessary, thus simplifying the formula. Taking this form as an example, we would like to grade students' scores according to the four conditions of ....
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....
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....
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 ....
COUNTIFS function: count data of multiple criteria01:57
COUNTIFS function: count data of multiple criteria
We often need to count the number of data in our work, so how can we count them quickly? Here, we need to use a new function, COUNTIFS. The grammatical structure of COUNTIFS is COUNTIFS (range1, criteria1, [range2, criteria2]...) Take this table as an example. Now we want to count how many types of foods are produced in Thailand and also have a sales volume of more than 5,000? There are two criteria that we want to consider. One, the sales volume needs to be greater than 5,000, and the....
Use COUNTIF function for conditional statistics01:32
Use COUNTIF function for conditional statistics
COUNTIF is a statistical function. It is often used to count the number of cells that meet the criteria. This function can not only count numbers and text but also can count expressions. So how can we use this function? The grammatical structure of the COUNTIF function is: COUNTIF(Range, Criteria)Range is the cell range that meets the criteria.Criteria are the conditions that need to be counted.Now we have a table that records everyone's afternoon tea order information. Column B co....
Quickly locate and view data03:46
Quickly locate and view data
When using WPS Spreadsheet, we often need to locate a cell or a cell range to view data. If the table contains a lot of data, it will be very troublesome to look up the target cell or cell range by dragging the scroll bar with the mouse. Now, we are going to introduce three options to quickly locate cells.· Option 1 Ctrl+Home key can help us quickly locate the first cell of this table.Ctrl+End key can help us quickly locate the last cell of this table. We are locating at cell O56. Pres....