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How to use the automatic numbering02:11
How to use the automatic numbering
We often use the automatic numbering function when editing documents, which can enrich the structure of the document and make it easier to read. How can we use this function? Take this catalog as an example. Select the content that needs to be numbered, click the Numbering drop-down button on the Home tab, and choose the style we want. To get more styles, we can click More Numbering on the Numbering drop-down button. A dialog box will pop up at this time. After selecting any of the st....
How to use the FILTER Function03:14
How to use the FILTER Function
Lookup and Reference functions are frequently used for processing data in a table. Today we will learn how to use the FILTER Function to filter data.This function can be used to filter a range of data based on the criteria that you specify.· Primary usage of the Filter functionTake this table as an example. Suppose we want to get the list of class 1, Select G3:G15, this is the cell range we want the result to return, so don't just select cell G3.Enter the formula: =FILTER in the ce....
How to use the OR Function01:40
How to use the OR Function
WPS Spreadsheet could be an alternative to Microsoft Office Excel. It includes 100's of built-in formulas, pivot tables, and more. This is a promotion application form submitted by employees. The company sets two conditions for it.1. Length of service should be more than 3 years; 2: Personal KPI should be rated as A.The Applicant has the qualification to register when any one of the requirements is met. If you are the HR of the company, how can you quickly select qualified employee....
How to use the selection feature02:58
How to use the selection feature
The selection feature in WPS Writer is diversified and can meet a variety of needs.· Select AllTake this document as an example. Click the Select drop-down button in the Home tab, and click Select All to select the whole text, or use the shortcut key Ctrl+A. Now click any area with the mouse to cancel the selection. Here are some other shortcuts for text selection:1. Double-click the mouse quickly. Then WPS Writer will automatically select the byte, that is, a word. 2. First select a c....
How to use OCR in PDF01:16
How to use OCR in PDF
Optical character recognition, also called OCR, is practical to extract text information from a picture. It can also maintain the content layout in the source picture. The first example will show you how to extract text from a picture.1. Go to the Tool tab and click OCR.2. In the pop-up dialog, click Screen Capture to take a screenshot of a selected area.3. Choose Extract text only.Then, we can get the text from the dialog on the right-hand side.If you've joined WPS Premium, you ca....
How to use the document comparison function01:40
How to use the document comparison function
After modifying the document, we can compare it with the original document and generate the revised document if we want to view the modification trace. Next, I will show you how to use the comparison function through a case. Take "Document 2" as an example. Click the Review tab and the Compare drop-down button, and choose Compare. Then, a dialog box will pop up. In the Original document box, select "Document 1". In the Revised document box, select "Document 2". In the Label changes wit....
How to use the draw table tool01:29
How to use the draw table tool
WPS Writer's draw table feature allows us to use the mouse to draw custom tables directly in the document. So, how can we do it? Click this table in the document. Click the Table Tools and the Draw Table button, and then the mouse cursor will become a brush, then we can draw tables in the document as needed. If we now want to draw a 3X4 table, hold down the left button on the mouse. At this point, the table dotted lines will appear on the page, and a floating window will appear in ....
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....