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With Numbers, you can create beautiful spreadsheets that include impressive tables and images. You can even use Apple Pencil on your iPad to add useful diagrams and colourful illustrations. And with real-time collaboration, your team can work together, whether they’re on Mac, iPad or iPhone, or using a PC.

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Open the spreadsheet and choose File Print. The Print Setup sidebar opens on the right and your. With its impressive tables and images, Numbers makes it possible to create beautiful spreadsheets, and comes included with most Apple devices. Use Apple Pencil on your iPad to add useful diagrams and colorful illustrations. And with real-time collaboration, your team can work together, whether they’re on Mac, iPad, iPhone, or using a PC. Apple Numbers for Mac lets you create various spreadsheets and related documents, edit them, and share them with others seamlessly. This program can also open Excel files, as well as export files. Make Use of Apple Numbers. You can generate beautiful spreadsheets with Apple Numbers, which include impressive chart tables and pictures. You can even add helpful diagrams and colorful illustrations to your iPad using Apple Pencil plus your team can work together with real-time collaboration, whether on Mac, iPad, or iPhone or using a PC. Download Numbers for Mac Download Numbers for iOS Preview Numbers for iOS Preview Numbers for Mac Start using Numbers at iCloud.com. Everything adds up. Numbers starts you off with a blank canvas instead of an endless grid, so you have the freedom to organise your data any way you choose. Select fonts and style cell borders.

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Everything adds up. Beautifully.

Numbers starts you off with a blank canvas instead of an endless grid, so you have the freedom to organise your data any way you choose. Select fonts and style cell borders. Add, resize and apply styles to tables. Move everything around your canvas at will. And everyone editing the spreadsheet has access to the same powerful features on iOS and macOS.

Start with a great‑looking template.

Drop your data into one of the gorgeous, ready-to-use templates.

Have Numbers do the maths.

Numbers supports hundreds of functions. Its intuitive tools make it simple to perform complex calculations with great precision, figure out formulas, filter the data, and sum up what it all means.

Discover hidden insights.

Use Smart Categories to quickly organise and summarise tables for an even deeper understanding of the story behind your data.

Put your data on display.

Impressive doughnut charts, bars and columns with clearly labelled numbers and adjustable sizes, interactive graphs, and a library of over 700 customisable shapes help you turn your numbers into beautiful data visualisations.

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Sketch diagrams and add notes to help you visualise your data with Apple Pencil on your iPad.

Collaborate with anyone. Anywhere.

Work together in the same spreadsheet, from across town or across the world. You can see your team’s edits as they make them — and they can watch as you make yours too. Just select a name on the collaborator list to jump to anyone’s cursor.

Work on any spreadsheet. On any device.

You don’t work in one place on just one device. The same goes for Numbers. So the spreadsheets your team creates using a Mac or iPad look the same on an iPhone or web browser — and vice versa.

Work together in real time on spreadsheets stored on iCloud or Box.

Everyone can collaborate — whether they’re on Mac, iPad, iPhone or a PC web browser.

Unlock spreadsheets with a touch or a glance.

Open password-protected files in an instant with Touch ID or Face ID on compatible devices.

Microsoft Excel friendly.

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Teaming up with someone who uses Microsoft Excel? Numbers makes it a great working relationship. You can save Numbers spreadsheets as Excel files. Or import and edit Excel spreadsheets directly in Numbers. Most popular Excel features are supported too. Now it’s no problem to work on the same project. Even if you use different apps.

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To use smart categories, get the latest version on your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac. You can also use smart categories with Numbers online at iCloud.com.

Create a category

A table can have one main category and up to four subcategories. You can create categories based on the data in the table or by selecting rows.

Create a category with existing data

If your table already contains the data that you want to use to organize your table, you can create a category based on the column that contains that data.

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  1. Tap or click the table you want to categorize, tap or click the Organize button , then click or tap Categories.
  2. Tap or click the Add a Category pop-up menu.
  3. Choose a column from the list. For example, if your table has store sales data, you might choose the Department column to categorize sales data by department. Numbers automatically creates groups of rows based on shared values in the selected column.
  4. Click or tap the Disclosure triangle next to a group name to collapse or expand the rows in that group.

Create a category from selected rows

If your table doesn’t contain the data that you want to categorize, you can manually create a category on iPad, iPhone, and Mac. Use this method when you have a simple list of names that you want to separate into groups.

  1. Select the rows that you want to group together.
  2. On iPad or iPhone, tap Row Actions in the pop-up menu, then tap Create Group. On Mac, choose Organize > Create Group for Selected Rows. Numbers moves the selected rows into a new group, and the remaining rows in the table are moved into another group.
  3. To rename the new group, select the cell with the name.
    • On iPad or iPhone double-tap the cell to open the keyboard, type a new name, then tap Return.
    • On Mac, type a new name.

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Add a subcategory

You can add up to four subcategories to a table. For example, if your table of sales is currently categorized by department, you could add a subcategory that organizes data by sales date.

  1. Select the table, click or tap the Organize button , then click or tap Categories.
  2. Click or tap Add a Category, then choose a column for the new subcategory you want to create. You can reorganize categories and subcategories in a table after you've added them.

Edit categories

Once you've created categories, you can change category hierarchies, change how Numbers groups rows by date, and more.

Change category hierarchies

You can change the hierarchy of categories at any time to reveal new insights into your data. For example, if your table shows sales by department per month, you can change the hierarchy of the categories to see each month's sales for every department.

On iPad, iPhone, or Mac, you can change the hierarchy in the Organize inspector:

  1. Select the table, click or tap the Organize button , then click or tap Categories.
  2. On iPad or iPhone, tap Edit. On Mac, go to the next step.
  3. Drag the Promote or Demote button next to a category up or down. The rows in the table move to reflect the new hierarchy.

On iPad, iPhone, Mac, or on iCloud.com, you can change the hierarchy in the table itself:

  1. Select a row with a group name that's in the category you want to move up or down in the hierarchy.
  2. On iPad or iPhone, tap Row Actions.
    On Mac or online at iCloud.com, move the pointer over the row border (to the left of the first column in the row), then click the arrow that appears.
  3. To move a category up in the hierarchy, choose Promote. Or to move it down in the hierarchy, choose Demote.

Change how Numbers groups rows by date

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You can change how Numbers groups rows by date. For example, in a table with a date category, the rows might be grouped by month. To see yearly or quarterly trends instead, you can choose to group the data by year, quarter, week, and more.

  1. Select the table.
  2. Click or tap the Organize button .
  3. For the category you want to adjust, click or tap the pop-up menu next to By, then choose an option.

Summarize your data

You can summarize the data in categories in your table. For example, if your table with sales data is categorized by department, you could calculate subtotals for the sales in each department.

  1. Click or tap a cell in the row with the group name.
  2. On iPad or iPhone, tap the Summary button . On Mac or in Numbers for iCloud, click the Summary Action button .
  3. Choose a calculation. The same calculation is automatically added to all of the groups in that category. You can show different summaries for each category in each column.

View your category as a chart

You can create a chart based on the category you've created for your table. For example, if your table with sales data is categorized by department, and you added a summary that calculates subtotals for the sales in each department, you can quickly create a chart of that summary data. Select the cell with the summary data you want in the chart, click or tap Chart, then choose a chart.*

* When you create a chart, make sure the summary data is in a body column, not a header column.

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