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Data format - Fraction format01:31
Data format - Fraction format
Do you know how we can convert a number into the fraction format?There are two available methods to set fraction format in WPS Spreadsheet. First, select the range of the table, head to the Home tab, find the setting button in the shortcut menu, and set the Fraction format.Alternatively, we can select the desired range of cells, and right-click Format cells, whose shortcut key is Ctrl+1.Locate Fraction in the category list, and choose from different types of fractions in the Type area....
General format and special format01:27
General format and special format
When we use WPS Spreadsheet to enter data, we often need to convert between the general and the special format. So let's take a look at what is the general format of cells, what is the difference between them, and how we can convert them. Take this table as an example. The cell contents in the first row of this table are all in the General format. The General format means that the contents of the cells are simply expressed in numerical form. The second row of the table is in a spec....
Format painter: tips for unifying format01:11
Format painter: tips for unifying format
In the process of making a WPS Presentation slide, we will unify the format of the text content for aesthetic purposes. Today, let's learn some tips for unifying the format quickly. Take this slide as an example. We can see that the font, font size, and color are different between each text. We can simply select the text box in the first line, and click the Home tab, then click the Format Painter button. Move the cursor to the second text box that needs a unified format, and click ....
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.....
Data Format-Scientific Notation02:03
Data Format-Scientific Notation
In WPS Spreadsheet, scientific notation is normally applied to data so as to compute more digits yet save more spaces. Today we will introduce how to apply scientific notation format to data in cells.You can use the following methods:When entering large numbers, we can manually adjust the column width of the cells . By doing so, the number will display in scientific notation format automatically. In scientific notation, the power of 10 is generally expressed by E. For example, the numb....
Set the date format cells01:40
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....
How to change the table format00:51
How to change the table format
When using WPS Spreadsheets, we can use the Fill Color tool to change the cell color. Are there any other methods to change the table style quickly? WPS Spreadsheets can realize it with its Format as Table function. 1. Select a cell range to be set. Get into the Home tab and click Format as Table to show its dropdown menu, where we can choose one from the default formats. 2. Left-click on any of the formats. Then, we can see the Format as Table dropdown menu. 3. Check the option titled....
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....