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How to delete blank rows of table in batches00:51
How to delete blank rows of table in batches
When we encounter many blank rows in a table, it can be troublesome to delete them one by one. Then how can we accurately delete all the blank rows in batches at once? We click the Home tab, find the Find and Replace drop-down button under the tab, and choose the Go To option. Or we can use the shortcut key Ctrl+G to open the dialog box.In the Go To dialog box, check the Blanks option, and then click Go To. We can see that all the blank rows are selected. Click the right mouse button, ....
Rows and columns tools in WPS Spreadsheet02:34
Rows and columns tools in WPS Spreadsheet
Today, we are going to show you the usage of the Rows and Columns tool in the WPS Spreadsheet. This tool can help us set the rows and columns of cells and make our work easier with WPS Spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel. Take this table as an example. We need to adjust the row height and column width of the current table.1. Select all tables, click the Home tab, and click Rows and Columns. Select AutoFit Row Height and AutoFit Columns Width. The WPS Spreadsheet will automatically adjust ....
Table rows, columns, cells, and status bar03:27
Table rows, columns, cells, and status bar
In the last video, we just talked about the worksheet and workbook in the WPS Spreadsheet. So in this video, we will learn about the Spreadsheet interface elements: rows, columns, cells, and those tools in the lower status bar.On the left is the row, and the marked numbers 1, 2, and 3 are called the row number. Above is the column, and the marked numbers A, B, and C are called the column number. The grids in the middle are called cells.When expressing the position of a cell, we use col....
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....
Smart use of Hyperlink in WPS Writer01:49
Smart use of Hyperlink in WPS Writer
No matter you are a student, teacher, or business professionals, you can create and edit documents efficiently by WPS Writer as text editors. Hyperlinks in the text can jump to the webpage or the specified position in the document. Today, we will learn how to add hyperlinks. · 1. Jump to to a location on the webFirst, place your cursor on where the hyperlink needs to be added, and enter the Insert tab, click Hyperlink to generate a dialogue box. Head to Existing File or Web Page on the....
Instruction of page setup in worksheet01:54
Instruction of page setup in worksheet
When printing WPS Spreadsheet, in order to print out the table more readable and more beautiful, we can set up the printed page of the table. Take this table as an example. First, click the Page Layout tab and then click the Print Titles button to enter the Page Setup dialog box. If we want to print a specific part of the area, select the area that needs to be printed in the Print area box. If we want to print too much data, we can print them on several pages. Except for the first pag....
Use the ROW function in WPS Spreadsheets for row numbering03:03
Use the ROW function in WPS Spreadsheets for row numbering
When using WPS Spreadsheets to process data, how can we deal with the worksheets without numbering or those with disordered numbers? Are there any convenient ways to number the rows while the numbers are not supposed to get disordered when certain rows are removed? The ROW function can realize it. The complete ROW formula is =ROW([Reference]). Here Reference can refer to a single cell, a cell range, or nothing. Here is the introduction to the two options of using the ROW function. · O....
Refresh pivotTable and change data source01:28
Refresh pivotTable and change data source
If we modified the data source after creating a PivotTable, how can we make the contents of the PivotTable change with the data source? Take this table as an example. We select cell F15 in Sheet1, and change Violin's Total sales to 800. Then we go back to Sheet2 only to find no change in the values of the PivotTable. At this time, we click the Option tab and click the Refresh button to refresh the PivotTable. If we are afraid of forgetting to refresh the data, click Options in the ....