Open a New Spreadsheet in Numbers on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Amanda, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how you can open a new spreadsheet on the Numbers application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, unlock the phone.
Either press the lock button on the side, or the home button at the bottom.
Swipe from left to right across the screen.
Enter the passcode, or press a finger to the home button to use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the Numbers icon.
It is green with a white bar graph on it. Tap once to open it up. It will take us to a screen where we can either add a new spreadsheet by tapping in the center or by pressing the plus icon in the top left-hand corner.
Tap on the screen once.
This brings up all kinds of different templates we might want to use. They are sorted by categories. We have "EDUCATION", "BUSINESS", "PERSONAL FINANCE" and "BASIC". For now, we will choose the blank basic copy.
Press the first option under "BASIC".
This brings us into a spreadsheet. It has loaded everything for us and has already selected the first cell for us to start entering information.
Press beneath the spreadsheet and drag to adjust size and proportions.
Press and drag on a cell to extend the blue selection shape.
This highlights more than one cell, which allows us to perform actions on more than one cell at once. We can see which columns are highlighted by looking at the blue along the top of the screen. We can see which rows are highlighted by looking at the blue along the left-hand side of the screen.
Press the tiny horizontal button on the left, right underneath the numbers.
This allows us to add rows.
Press "Done" in the top left corner.
Press the back arrow in the top left corner.
It will take us back to the initial screen, but with a difference. We have our new document represented here.
Press the document to access whenever we like.
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Video: Open a New Spreadsheet in Numbers on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Amanda, Freya