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How to insert a line break inside a cell in WPS Spreadsheet
1. Use WPS Office to open the spreadsheet first. 2. Select the cell where we want to insert a line break in, then place the mouse cursor where we start a new line, and double-click.3. Now click the Home tab, and click the Wrap Text button.Then we can see that a line break has been successfully added in the cell. We can also use the shortcut key Alt+Enter to start a new line.This skill could be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice.
Adjust line spacing for text contents in a cell
Can we change the line spacing for texts in a cell to beautify the spreadsheet? WPS spreadsheets have not supported paragraph settings including adjusting line spacing so far. Even so, we can still adopt some methods to adjust the space between two paragraphs. · Option 1: Left-click the cell → click Wrap Text in the Home tab · Option 2: Double-click between two sentences, and press Alt + Enter on the keyboard.
More features in Splitting Columns03:06
More features in Splitting Columns
When several pieces of information are filled in one cell, we often need to split it into multiple columns, and both WPS Spreadsheets and Microsoft Excel support splitting columns. Take this table as an example. In Microsoft Excel, we select the cell range of A2:A11, click the Data tab, click Text to Columns, and we can choose Delimited or Text Width to split columns manually. In addition to this original method, WPS Spreadsheets has a new feature, namely, Smart Split Columns. It has t....
Wrap text in a cell00:53
Wrap text in a cell
When we edit a document, we only need to press the Enter key on the keyboard to wrap text. When we edit spreadsheets, we press the Enter key to edit the cells in the next line, then how can wen wrap text in a cell? This video could help to solve the problem of Wrap text in a cell and could be also used in Microsoft Office Excel and Openoffice. The first method is to use the shortcut key Alt + Enter ; we can wrap text in a cell as we need. The second method is to click the Home tab and ....
More features in picture inserting01:53
More features in picture inserting
WPS Spreadsheet could be an alternative to Microsoft Office Excel. It includes 100's of built-in formulas, pivot tables, and more. WPS Spreadsheet and Microsoft Excel both have the function of inserting pictures. Compared with Microsoft Excel, WPS spreadsheet has an added advantage-Embed to cell. In Microsoft Excel, we usually need to manually adjust the size of the pictures after inserting them. If the position of the table changes, the inserted pictures will not fit in the new ce....
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....
How to set new formatting rules in Excel
We can use conditional formatting to mark specific contents quickly. Here we take a sales table as an example. Open your Excel document, and click the Conditional Formatting drop-down button in the Home tab to get a menu. Then click New Rule. In the pop-up dialog, we can customize a rule according to individual needs. 1. Select a Rule Type as needed.2. Then Edit the Rule Description.Here we show it briefly. WPS office software could be compatible with Microsoft Office, and these traini....
Use slash header to show the title name01:25
Use slash header to show the title name
Take this table as an example. When creating a table, we often need to use the Slash Header to display the title name, so how can we make a Slash Header?1. Select cell A1, right-click.2. Then select Format Cells in the popup shortcut menu. We can also use the shortcut key Ctrl+1.3. Then select Border in the Format Cells dialog box.4. Now select the slash shape icon in the border preview area, and click OK. 5. Now enter Subject in cell A1.6. Press Alt+Enter to insert a line break, and t....