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Using Tab stop to make a slide catalog01:07
Using Tab stop to make a slide catalog
When making a slide catalog, we need to typeset the text to make the page look neater. Beginners will use the space bar to align the text one by one, but this is more troublesome. Is there any other way to quickly align the pages? First we need to click the View tab above, and then check Ruler. The ruler above the slide helps us determine the length of the Tab stop. Click the Menu drop-down button, and click Format, finally click Paragraph. In the Paragraph dialog box, click the Tabs b....
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 create a table with one click01:35
How to create a table with one click
Did you know that, when you are using WPS Spreadsheet, you can directly create a table in the original datasheet? The generated table comes with functions such as sorting, filtering, and setting styles, which can save us a lot of time for subsequent operations. For all, easy our work with WPS Spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel. Here are the steps to create a table. Take the sales table in this article as an example. 1. Click the Table button in the Insert tab. (Notes: You can also use th....
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 change the table format00:51
How to change the table format
When using WPS Spreadsheets, we can use the Fill Color tool to change the cell color. Are there any other methods to change the table style quickly? WPS Spreadsheets can realize it with its Format as Table function. 1. Select a cell range to be set. Get into the Home tab and click Format as Table to show its dropdown menu, where we can choose one from the default formats. 2. Left-click on any of the formats. Then, we can see the Format as Table dropdown menu. 3. Check the option titled....
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....
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....
SUBTOTAL function: Calculate the data with the hidden value02:33
SUBTOTAL function: Calculate the data with the hidden value
Take this table as an example. When using the SUM function to do summations, we may find two rows hidden in the table, but the result of the summation still includes the hidden value. So how can we calculate the data containing hidden values and get a result that does not include the hidden values? This video can help us and it can be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. In this case, we can use the SUBTOTAL function. Next, we are going to show you the usage of the SUBTO....