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How to lock and unlock cells in WPS Spreadsheet01:35
How to lock and unlock cells in WPS Spreadsheet
If you have a worksheet for others to fill in, while you don't want certain important data to be modified, the Protect sheet function in WPS Spreadsheet can help you. To lock the entire sheet, get into the Review tab first. If you see the Lock Cell button grayed out, it means that the entire sheet has been locked by default.Next, click the Protect Sheet button, set the password, and click Confirm the setting. Then the sheet formally enters a locked state, and the sheet cannot be ed....
How can we protect a worksheet in WPS Spreadsheets01:49
How can we protect a worksheet in WPS Spreadsheets
Do you know how to lock cells in WPS Spreadsheet so that they cannot be modified by others? Take this table as an example. 1. Click the Review tab. 2. When finding that the Lock Cell button is gray, it means that the entire table is now locked. At this point, click Protect Sheet. 3. Check the Select Locked cells and Select Unlocked Cells options in the pop-up dialog box. 4. Enter a password and click OK to confirm. Then we will find that the form cannot be edited.What needs to be aware....
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....
Multiple merge methods to cells03:17
Multiple merge methods to cells
When we use the WPS Spreadsheet, we often need to merge and combine multiple cells. Merge and Center in WPS spreadsheet offers multiple merging methods. We will explain in detail how to use this function. · Merge and CenterSelect the cell area to be merged, click Home and find the drop-down menu of Merge and Center, and select Merge and Center or press keyboard shortcut Ctrl+M. In this way, the selected cells can be merged into one cell and displayed in the center. · Merge CellsSelect ....
Cell formatting is very important in data processing. We often need to set a proper cell format when entering data in WPS Spreadsheet. Let's talk about the differences between each format. Take this table as an example. Most of the cells in column B of the table are in general format. General format cells have no specific number format, which are simply displayed as numbers. In this table, most of the Column B cells are in general format. The format of cell C2 is a numeric format.....
Set the date format cells00:57
Set the date format cells
In practical work, we often need to enter the date in the spreadsheet. There are many data format types, so how do we set the date formats as we need? Take this spreadsheet as an example. Select the spreadsheet area, right-click the mouse, and select Format Cells from the shortcut menu. The shortcut key is Ctrl+1. In the pop-up Format Cells dialog box, select Date. There are many date formats in Type. We can choose the Wednesday date format, its abbreviated format, or the date format o....
Merge and split table cells in WPS Writer01:09
Merge and split table cells in WPS Writer
Today we are going to learn how to merge and split table cells in a document.Take this table as an example.· Merge cellsHere, we can merge cells. Select the cell in the first column and click the Merge Cells button in the Table Tools tab to merge the cells. · Split Cells1. If we want to divide a cell into several cells, we can select the cell that needs to be split. 2. Click the Split Cells button in the Table Tools tab.3. In the pop-up dialog box, we can set the number of columns and ....
Format Cells Locked and Hidden01:21
Format Cells Locked and Hidden
When working with spreadsheets, what should we do if we want to hide and protect the formulas in the cells? Take this spreadsheet as an example, click the Review tab, then we can box the cells containing the formulas, right-click for the pop-up dialog, select Format Cells. Its shortcut key is Ctrl+1.Next, click Protection, check Locked and Hidden at the same time, and click OK. We sometimes find the Locked option in the dialog settings displaying as a black square, which represents unc....