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More features in Screenshot01:56
More features in Screenshot
Both WPS Spreadsheets and Microsoft Excel have the function of a screenshot. What are the differences between them? In Microsoft, we can click the Screenshot drop-down button and select one of the Available Windows to take a screenshot. Click Screen Clipping to capture the screen by adjusting its size manually, and only the area outside the Excel document is available. In WPS Spreadsheets, we have two ways of screenshot for your selection.Option 11. Click the Insert tab, click the Scre....
Text direction in WPS Presentation02:34
Text direction in WPS Presentation
When inputting text in WPS Presentation, we find the text is horizontal by default. To make a slide more elegant, we can use the Text Direction function to change its layout. · Text DirectionTake the first slide of this presentation as an example. Here is a horizontal text. 1. Click the text to jump to the Text Tools tab, click the Text Direction drop-down button, and we can select Vertical.For a presentation document, text and text boxes are inseparable and interactional, so we can m....
Use the fill handle to quickly enter data02:59
Use the fill handle to quickly enter data
AutoFill can help us quickly enter some regular data, which is an essential skill in using WPS Spreadsheet to deal with different data. It includes Fill Numerical Value, Fills Data, Fill Text, Custom Text Filling, and Fill Formulas.Take this table as an example. If we want to fill in the numbers 1 to 10 in column A, select cell A2 and move the cursor to the lower right corner of cell A2. At this time, the cursor will turn into a small black solid cross. Press and hold the left mouse bu....
More features in Screenshot02:02
More features in Screenshot
Both WPS Writer and Microsoft Word have the function of the screenshot. What are the differences between them? In Microsoft Word, two methods are available. One is Available Windows, which means to capture the opened windows on our desktop; the other is Screen Clipping. We need to capture the screen by manually adjusting its size in this mode, and only the area outside the Excel document is available. In WPS Writer, we can enter the Insert tab and click the Screenshot drop-down button.....
How to convert Excel to PDF02:50
How to convert Excel to PDF
PDF is a highly compatible format that occupies little space and is easy to transfer. Converting a table into a PDF file is often needed in daily study and work. Here are the steps. Take this table as an example. Click the Tools tab, then click the Export to PDF button. A dialog box Export to PDF will pop up, where you can select the small icon to the right of the file name to rename it. We can choose Active sheet for multi-page tables to set the export range.When we want multiple tabl....
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....
Quickly fill cells with multiple methods04:07
Quickly fill cells with multiple methods
As for beginners, they usually enter data manually when they first use Spreadsheet. It is time-consuming and also easy to cause mistakes. So today we are going to learn a few tips to help you quickly fill in the data in the worksheet.· Fill contents down into the tableTake this table as an example, select the area that needs to be filled, first click the Home tab, then click the Fill button-and then select Fill down. (Notes: The shortcut key is Ctrl+D.) · Fill contents right into the t....
Conditional formatting in Excel--Top/bottom Rules
We can use conditional formatting to mark specific contents quickly according to a certain rule. In this tutorial, we are going to talk about Top/Bottom Rules. There are multiple rules for selection, namely, Top 10 Items, Top 10%, Bottom 10 Items, Bottom 10%, Above Average and Below Average. We take Above Average as an example. Here is a sales table of different branches. Now we want to highlight the data that is above average. Here are the steps. Open your Excel document, and click t....