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Look up data quickly with LOOKUP function04:23
Look up data quickly with LOOKUP function
Today I would like to introduce you to the LOOKUP function, which has many relevant knowledge points. Beginners will have some difficulty in learning the LOOKUP function, and the video will introduce the common use of this function and the notes in the process of using it. Take this spreadsheet as an example. If we want to find out who is the purchaser based on the lump sum in cell J9, we can use the LOOKUP function. The general statement structure of the LOOKUP function is LOOKUP (Loo....
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....
INDEX MATCH formulas02:11
INDEX MATCH formulas
In the previous videos, we've learned about the usages of INDEX and MATCH formulas, respectively.The INDEX function can return a value in a cell regarding its column and row number in an array. Combining the INDEX MATCH formulas makes it flexible in value lookup. We can break the limitations of VLOOKUP and realize the reverse lookup. Here is a form recording the personal information of staff. How can we look up the 'Number' of a corresponding staff? We can run the INDEX MAT....
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....
The INDEX function03:50
The INDEX function
The INDEX function can look up a value regarding its row and column numbers.There are two forms of the INDEX function, the Array form and the Reference form. · One: Array formWe'll use the Array form to return the value located in the seventh row and the fourth column.First, select cell J6. Next, click Formulas and then Insert Function to insert the INDEX function. The function syntax:INDEX(array,row_num,column_num)The first parameter, 'Array', refers to the array for valu....
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....
COUNTIFS function: count data of multiple criteria01:57
COUNTIFS function: count data of multiple criteria
We often need to count the number of data in our work, so how can we count them quickly? Here, we need to use a new function, COUNTIFS. The grammatical structure of COUNTIFS is COUNTIFS (range1, criteria1, [range2, criteria2]...) Take this table as an example. Now we want to count how many types of foods are produced in Thailand and also have a sales volume of more than 5,000? There are two criteria that we want to consider. One, the sales volume needs to be greater than 5,000, and the....
AVERAGE function quickly average data00:57
AVERAGE function quickly average data
In WPS Spreadsheet, we can use the AVERAGE function to quickly find the average value of a set of data quickly. It is often used to calculate average wages, average sales, and so on. Take this table as an example. We now need to find the average sales of the bakery this week. After we click cell D4, click Insert Function, and enter AVERAGE in the Search for Function of the dialog box. Click the OK button, and then the Function Arguments dialog box will pop up. The data we filled in Num....