# Tagged Questions

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### Categorizing data based on a column in Numbers 3.X

I have recently migrated to numbers 3.0.1 on my MAC. I am not seeing the option "Categorize by this column" anymore. Any idea how do we group the data in new numbers based on a column.

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### Numbers is no longer shipped with OSX from Mountain Lion?

I heave heard that Mac OSX Snow Leopard shipped with Numbers, an app used to manipulate spreadsheets. But I can't find it inside my default Mac OSX Mountain Lion installation. Checking with App Store, ...

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### Quickly increase/decrease cell value by 1 in Numbers

Is there a quick way to increase/decrease a cell value by 1 in Apple iWork's Numbers?

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### In Numbers for Mac, possible to have custom formatting depending on value of other cell?

I have several columns of numbers, and I want to highlight one of those with a background color.
I have created a single cell at the top of these columns, that for each column contains either a 1 ...

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### using a formula across sheets in numbers

I have a numbers spreadsheet and am making a totals page to take the totals from each page, add them together in an overview sheet and was wondering if anyone knew how to create a formula to do t

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### Not showing negative results in Numbers.app

How can I make iWork Numbers not show me negative results?
For example: The thing is that in A1 I have number 101 and I am doing -A1 from B1. B1 is empty (because I am waiting for the result) so in ...

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### Apple Iwork Numbers: How to conditionally highlight a cell

I am using apple numbers to do some modeling.
(For those of you who are not familiar it is the apple version of excel that makes awesome looking charts, but has a bit less functionality).
I am ...

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### Is there a key or combo to edit a formula in Apple's Numbers without using the mouse?

In Excel (and OpenOffice) I could use F2 to edit the existing formula. So far the only 'shortcut' I've found in Numbers involves clicking the mouse. Since I'm going from moving with the keyboard to ...