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How to use Name Manager01:13
How to use Name Manager
We can use the Name Manager to set a fixed name for the cell area, which can be more simple and intuitive in function calculations and it can be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. Take this spreadsheet as an example. We can select the cell range from A2 to A10 and click the Name Manager in the Formulas tab. Its shortcut key is Ctrl+F3.In the pop-up dialog box, click New, enter a custom name, select the scope of use, and finally click OK.In this way, we will give the ce....
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 an area chart to display data trends02:00
Create an area chart to display data trends
Do you know how to make an ordinary line chart more special? Today we are going to show you how to make a line chart with fill effects, that is, an area chart.Take this table as an example. This is the dynamic price-earnings ratio data of a certain country over a period of time. It is difficult for us to see the difference between the data. Therefore, we need to use an area chart to show the changes in the dynamic price-earnings ratio index.1. First, we click the Insert tab.2. Click th....
How to find, replace, and locate content02:27
How to find, replace, and locate content
When we are using WPS Document to edit documents, there is always a high frequency of using search and replace features. These features not only can help us locate content, and replace it with specified content but also can replace the format of the text. It saves us a lot of time when we are editing the document, and increases the efficiency of work. Take this document as an example, when we are reading, we may want to quickly know where the character named Bennet has appeared in the ....
Use the shortcut Alt+= to quickly sum01:02
Use the shortcut Alt+= to quickly sum
In tables, we often have to perform summation operations. Using the function to sum and then filling the cells with the fill handle is too troublesome. However, the sum shortcut Alt+= can help us quickly sum. Take this table as an example. We need to sum the column data of the table, just select the sum range B16:F16, then press the shortcut Alt+= to quickly complete the summation.Similarly, if we want to sum the row data, we can simply select the range G2:G15 that needs to be summed a....
Clear and avoid duplicates entries in WPS Spreadsheet01:56
Clear and avoid duplicates entries in WPS Spreadsheet
When using WPS Spreadsheet to process a large number of data, it would be troublesome to find duplicated items manually. Here are some tips to delete duplicates. · Option OneSelect a range of cells. Get into the Data tab, and click the triangle next to Highlight Duplicates. Pick Set from the drop-down list. Duplicated cells within the selected range will be highlighted. To clear the highlight color, we just need to click the Set button. · Option Two Select cell range (A2:C14). Get into....
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....
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....