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Create an area chart to display data trends02:00
Create an area chart to display data trends
Do you know how to make an ordinary line chart more special? Today we are going to show you how to make a line chart with fill effects, that is, an area chart.Take this table as an example. This is the dynamic price-earnings ratio data of a certain country over a period of time. It is difficult for us to see the difference between the data. Therefore, we need to use an area chart to show the changes in the dynamic price-earnings ratio index.1. First, we click the Insert tab.2. Click th....
Make a ranking bar chart01:58
Make a ranking bar chart
The bar charts use bars with the same width to indicate the amount of data. Therefore, we can compare data intuitively. By using a bar chart, it will be convenient for us to compare the differences between data.Take this table as an example. This is the data of cumulative confirmed COVID-19 cases on April 9, 2020. If we want to see the difference in confirmed cases between countries more intuitively, we can use a bar chart.1. Click any cell in the data area.2. Click the Insert tab.3. T....
Use color scales to make the temperature chart00:43
Use color scales to make the temperature chart
The table shows the minimum temperature data of each month in a specific area. We can visually display the temperature changes through the color scale feature of the conditional formatting. We select the cell range B2:M2 and get into the Home tab. Click the Conditional Formatting drop-down button, and choose the Color Scales option. In the pop-up menu, we can select Red-White-Bule Color Scale.At this time, the selected table area will be marked with color. The higher the temperature, t....
Explanation on WPS Presentation printing interface03:30
Explanation on WPS Presentation printing interface
When using WPS Office to print various files, we often encounter different small problems. This video will briefly explain the function of each small feature of the printing interface, and it could be compatible with Microsoft Office powerpoint. If you want to learn more printing skills, you can search printing in our WPS Academy to enjoy more related videos. Take this slide as an example. First, we need to determine that the printer hardware can work properly and is now running. We al....
Change horizontal data to vertical and make data clearer01:06
Change horizontal data to vertical and make data clearer
In our daily work, we may encounter some table data with a vertical layout. Using the proper layout style for different tables will make it more convenient for us to check data. So how can we change horizontal data to vertical?1. First, we use the shortcut key Ctrl+A to select all the contents in the table.2. Then use Ctrl+C to copy the selected cell range. 3. Right-click and select the Paste Special option.4. Select Transpose in the popup menu. Then the horizontal data will immediatel....
How can we set the margins of the table01:13
How can we set the margins of the table
When printing, in order to make the table meet the expected layout, we need to adjust the margins of the table.Margins are the white space between the contents of the spreadsheet and the edge of the printed page.Get into the Page Layout tab, and click Margins. Then we can see WPS has provided three default styles.Meanwhile, we can also choose Custom margins to adjust the margins more accurately.Click on the text box. Then the sample image in the middle will also provides a correspondin....
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....
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....