In this lesson, we learned the following key points.
1. Learned the basic interface of WPS spreadsheet.
2.What is the difference between a workbook and a worksheet?
- In WPS spreadsheet, a workbook contains one or more worksheets. If we compare a workbook to a book, then a worksheet is a page inside.
3. What are the rows and columns of the table? How to properly adjust the row height and column width?
- The mouse selects the target line, and manually adjustable between the line and the line of demarcation.
- Right-click the target row, select row height in the shortcut menu, you can enter specific values and units.
- Right-click to select the target row or column, in the shortcut menu kind of AutoFit row height or AutoFit column width, which will automatically adjust its row height column width according to the character content of the cell.
4. What is a cell? What is the cell area? How do we quickly locate the specified cell or cell area?
- The cell is the most basic element of the WPS spreadsheet. Each cell has its own address. The address of the cell depends on its row number and column letter, usually in the form of letters + numbers.
- More than one group of cells is called a cell region, for example, the cell region (A1: G10), which represents the entire continuous cell region from cell A1 (top left corner) to cell G10 (bottom right corner).
The basics of WPS Spreadsheet.
The most commonly-used batch processing skills for increasing productivity.
Process large data in WPS Spreadsheet.
Master the popular PivotTables to create dynamic reports.
Nest dynamic formulas, including the IF, VLOOKUP, SUMIF, and MATCH functions to impress your leader.
Acquire skills in improving security, sharing, co-editing, and printing files.
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Basics of WPS Spreadsheet
This chapter covers some basics about WPS Spreadsheet, including the interface and common format types. You will learn how to enter and process data, customize formats, and make a data table starting from 0.
How to make a table efficiently
Filter, Search, locate and View are all the basics in a table. Do you really know how to use them? Knowing how they work can help you make tables quicker. This chapter covers the usage of "Text to Columns" and "Split and Merge." These two tools will boost your productivity by more than thrice.
Most commonly-used Formula Skills
80% of beginners think that functions are too much for entry-level. They can't remember the syntaxes, make mistakes all the time, and make tables manually. A few key functions can solve most of the working issues. This chapter covers the statistical functions SUM and SUMIF; logical functions IF ,AND, OR; time function DATEIF and NETWORKDAYS; And the magical power of the VLOOKUP function.
This chapter covers the basics of PivotTables and PivotCharts. You can immediately apply what you've learned to your work in real cases. You can also learn how to create and beautify the dynamic PivotTables, thus impressing your leader.
Charts have advantages in presenting data. This chapter covers the usages of conditional format, column charts, line charts, pie charts, combo charts, and sparklines. You can learn how to pick charts for various situations. There are also useful strategies to beautify your chart and make it more appealing.
Security and Painting
This chapter focuses on three things: how to protect the security and privacy of sheets, how to share, collaborate and track changes in the table; how to solve typical printing issues at work.