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Fill handle: Use Ctrl+D to fill01:07
Fill handle: Use Ctrl+D to fill
We sometimes need to deal with tables containing various content. Then we may find it troublesome even to use the fill handle to pull down and fill. Here, we will introduce two convenient methods to you. The first method is to double-click the fill handle. After filling the first data in column A, double-click the fill handle, then the data will be automatically filled in sequence order. Now we can see the data has been filled automatically in the row range of column B. In the digital ....
Create a countdown calendar current time and date02:14
Create a countdown calendar current time and date
WPS office software could be compatible with Microsoft Office, and these training contents help students or home workers finish their work efficiently. Today, we are going to introduce basic usages of three commonly used date functions. They are namely the TODAY function, NOW function, and DATEDIF function. We can use the date function to insert the current date and time quickly. Also, we can use this function to update it in real-time. We can also make a countdown calendar with it. · ....
How to set custom symbols and symbols shortcut key in WPS Spreadsheet01:51
How to set custom symbols and symbols shortcut key in WPS Spreadsheet
When using tables to enter data, if we often need to enter symbols, we can set shortcut keys for commonly used symbols, which can improve our work efficiency. Take this size chart as an example. We need to enter the length unit cm multiple times, so how can we get a quick input? Click the Home tab, and the Symbol drop-down button, then click More Symbol to pop up a dialog box. Click the Custom Symbols tab, and then we can see that there are many system-defined symbols, including the cm....
How to set the Layout Format02:11
How to set the Layout Format
The Page Layout function of WPS has aimed at the articles containing section breaks, the position setting of the header and footer, and the change of the measurement unit of the document. Take this document as an example. We will explain its features to all of you.· SectionThis is a document containing a section break. We can first click the Section Navigation Pane button in the Section tab, and then we can see the article is divided into four sections in the navigation pane on the lef....
How to use the comment feature in WPS Writer01:45
How to use the comment feature in WPS Writer
When reviewing documents, we often need to use the comment feature. So how can we add comments? Take this article as an example. For instance, we want to add a comment to the first paragraph: The beginning of this article can be a little more concise. First, place the mouse cursor at the beginning of the paragraph, click New Comment in the Review tab. Now a comment box will pop up on the right side of the page. Here, we can enter the comment content. If we want to add comments to a sp....
Insert a symbol in the table02:36
Insert a symbol in the table
When using WPS Spreadsheet, we often need to insert some special characters in the text content. Sometimes when we need to insert special symbols such as m2, ℃, etc., it is not quite convenient to use the keyboard to input them. At this time, we can use the Symbol feature of WPS Spreadsheet to meet our needs. Take this table as an example. This is the Weekly Attendance Sheet of employees. We now need to add an area unit m2 after 1000 in the third row. Click the Insert tab, and then cli....
Use the DATEDIF function to calculate the intervals of dates03:12
Use the DATEDIF function to calculate the intervals of dates
The DATEDIF function is mainly used to calculate days, months, or years between two dates. Now we are going to use this table to show you the usage of this function. This table records the entry date of the company’s employees. Now we want to calculate the employee’s year of service. We can first click cell C2 and then click Insert Function. Insert DATEDIF in the Search for Function of the dialog box. Click the OK button, and then the Function Arguments dialog box will pop up.Start dat....
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....