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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 ....
Layout skill-How can we split columns01:39
Layout skill-How can we split columns
When using WPS Writer to create a layout in Word, we sometimes may want to split the content into two columns. So how are we going to make it? First click the upper tab Page Layout and click Columns. At this time, you can directly select whether you want to spilt the content into one column (One), two columns (Two), or three columns (Three).If you need to customize the column settings, just click More Columns to view more detailed options. There are five column styles in Preset, namely....
Text to Columns: Sort data quickly02:03
Text to Columns: Sort data quickly
When creating tables, we sometimes need to import data from outside, and this data often requires secondary classification processing. We now want to classify the data in the table into Name, Age and Telephone. So how can we do that?1. We select column A, click the Data tab.2. Click the Text to Columns drop-down button. 3. Then select the Text to Columns option in the drop-down menu.In the popup dialog box, we can see two options.+One is Delimited. Here, we can use symbols as the basis....
How to use the Smart Split Columns feature02:34
How to use the Smart Split Columns feature
The Smart Split Columns feature of the WPS Spreadsheet can divide the table content into columns according to the table content in four ways.· Delimiter:Take this table as an example. If we look through the table carefully, we can find that although the cells contain a lot of data, the data are all separated by space. 1. Now click Text to Columns in the Data tab, and click Smart Split Columns.2. After a dialog box pops up, we can view the result of Smart Split Columns in the preview wi....
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....
WPS Spreadsheet basic editing02:12
WPS Spreadsheet basic editing
This video introduces the basic editing operations of the table, mainly including data input in alternate rows and columns, the insertion, deletion, hiding and unhiding of rows and columns. Many beginners use the mouse to click on a cell and then enter the content when entering data. Here is a quick way to teach you how to do this. After entering the first data, press the Enter key to input data in alternate rows. Press the Tab key to input data in alternate columns. We can also click ....
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 unhide rows in excel
When using WPS Spreadsheet to process data, the Hidden Row function can hide the data temporarily not in need. The double line presents in between two columns means one/several column(s) has/have been hidden. For instance, Column B is hidden in the following screenshot. How can we show the hidden rows again in excel?1. Select Columns A to C.2. Right-click on it, and choose Unhide. To be office excel advanced, you could learn how to use WPS Office Spreadsheet online in WPS Academy.