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Skillfully use Conditional Formatting to highlight performance01:21
Skillfully use Conditional Formatting to highlight performance
To be office excel advanced, you could learn how to use WPS Office Spreadsheet online in WPS Academy. Take this table as an example. This is a sales performance table. Now we want to add a red flag to employees whose sales are greater than or equal to $950 while giving warnings to under-performers with sales less than $700. So how can we do that? We can use conditional formatting.1. We can select the D2:D26 cell, then click the Conditional Formatting in the Home tab before choosing the....
Use IF function to judge data01:48
Use IF function to judge data
The IF function can judge the specified condition and give two results when the condition is established and when it is not.Here is a staff interview form. Now we need to count the people who passed the interview quickly. If the interview score is greater than or equal to 6, the interviewee is passed, but the interviewee is unqualified if the interview score is less than 6. Here, we can use the IF function to judge the result of the interview quickly. The IF function syntax is as follo....
TEXT formula in WPS Spreadsheet03:09
TEXT formula in WPS Spreadsheet
The TEXT formula in Excel is commonly used for the conversion of number-to-text in a certain format, and it could be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. Normally, the TEXT formula is used to customize format cells in terms of actual needs. To realize it, we need to adjust the second parameter of the formula, which stands for format texts to be set. In this example, the number 2.012584, which equips with six decimal places, entered cell A2. How can we convert it into a v....
Use formula to set the conditional formatting01:28
Use formula to set the conditional formatting
Take this table as an example. We can use the formula to set the conditional formatting by ourselves and mark the finished projects. Select the cell range A2:C22, and get into the Home tab. Click the Conditional Formatting drop-down button, and choose the New Rule option. In the pop-up dialog, we choose the Use a formula to determine which cells to format option.In the Format only cells with edit box, enter the formula "=$C2="Finished" ". The absolute reference has been added to the co....
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 MATCH function to search location information02:16
Use MATCH function to search location information
The MATCH function can return information about the location of the lookup content based on the lookup value. Take this spreadsheet as an example. We want to find the location of the column where the contact Andrew is located. Then we can use the MATCH function. The syntax structure of MATCH function is: MATCH(lookup_value,lookup_array,match_type)In this table, we need to find out which row Andrew is located in column A by his name in cell D3. Click the Formulas tab and the Insert Func....
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 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....