Numbers User Guide for iPad
 Welcome
 What’s new in Numbers 13.2

 Intro to Numbers
 Intro to images, charts, and other objects
 Create a spreadsheet
 Open spreadsheets
 Prevent accidental editing
 Personalize templates
 Use sheets
 Undo or redo changes
 Save your spreadsheet
 Find a spreadsheet
 Delete a spreadsheet
 Print a spreadsheet
 Change the sheet background
 Copy text and objects between apps
 Customize the toolbar
 Touchscreen basics
 Use Apple Pencil with Numbers
 Copyright
Use the formula keyboard in Numbers on iPad
You can use the formula keyboard to add mathematical calculations to your spreadsheet, and to choose functions from the Functions Browser.
To open the formula keyboard, tap a cell, tap at the bottom of the screen, then tap above the keyboard on the right.
Note: The layout of the formula keyboard varies on different iPad models.
To enter data with the formula keyboard, do any of the following:
Add a letter: Tap a letter key.
Add a function: If you know which function you want to enter, start typing it, then tap one of the suggestions that appears.
If you’re not sure which function you need, tap to open the Functions Browser, tap Categories at the top of the Functions Browser, then tap a function category. Tap a function to insert it in the formula editor (swipe up and down to see the available functions). To learn more about any function, tap next to it. (The first time you tap , it might take a few seconds to display the information.)
Add a number or symbol: Tap symbols in the top row of the keyboard, or to enter numbers, tap (you may need to tap , depending on your iPad model). On some models, you can drag down on a letter key until it changes to the number above the letter, then lift your finger. (For example, to enter the number 5, drag down on the T key so it changes to a 5.)
For instructions on entering formulas and functions into cells, see Calculate values using data in table cells in Numbers on iPad.