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You: (Trying to do this last minute) Find the data online and thinking a simple Ctrl+C&V would do the job.
WPS Office Spreadsheets offers you a Text to Columns function. This function is to separate the contents of one spreadsheets cell into separate columns. This function can only be done if there is a character, like comma, space, or other characters
To utilize the function 'Text to Columns', the first step is to make observations.
Is there any pattern you find among this one-piece text that can break them into multiple columns? In another word, what is the one unique trait shared in between every interval that you wish to split?
Take the following image as an example➡️
Even with this chaos layout, it's pretty clear that every text that originally belongs to an indivudual columns is disjoined by a Space! 👇
Now that you've watched the previous tutorial on how to breakdown data from one cell to well-sorted excel table on pc, here comes the mobile version 👇
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