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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,....
Create the double-layer doughnut chart03:22
Create the double-layer doughnut chart
The double-layer doughnut chart can visually display the proportion of multiple data. As shown in the chart, this is the annual sales of a certain sales company. In this chart, we can see the proportion of sales per month and the sales percentage for each quarter. So how do we create the double-layer doughnut chart?First select the quarterly sales data in the cell range B2:B13, click the Insert tab and click the Insert Pie or Doughnut Chart drop-down button, then choose Doughnut in the....
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....
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....
Fill handle: Use Ctrl+D to fill01:07
Fill handle: Use Ctrl+D to fill
We sometimes need to deal with tables containing various content. Then we may find it troublesome even to use the fill handle to pull down and fill. Here, we will introduce two convenient methods to you. The first method is to double-click the fill handle. After filling the first data in column A, double-click the fill handle, then the data will be automatically filled in sequence order. Now we can see the data has been filled automatically in the row range of column B. In the digital ....
Ctrl+E smart filling02:50
Ctrl+E smart filling
After getting in touch with WPS, we know that Ctrl+C copy and Ctrl+V paste are two shortcuts, which can easily improve office efficiency. Few people know about Ctrl+E smart filling, which can intelligently identify the pattern by comparing the characters’ relationship and quickly fill cells. Next, I will introduce the usage of the smart filling shortcut key Ctrl+E. · 1. Extract charactersIn this table, we want to extract all the names in the sentences. First, enter the name that appear....
Use conditional formatting to make data more intuitive04:46
Use conditional formatting to make data more intuitive
We often need to compare and mark the table setting conditions at work. But how can we see the trend of the data more intuitively? Take this table as an example. Suppose now we want to find out the names of milk tea with a quantity larger than 100 and mark the color.1. Select the quantity area, and click the Conditional Formatting drop-down button in the Home tab.2. Choose the Highlight Cells Rules option in it. Then, you can a popup window, where you can select Greater Than, Less than....