When you can't solve the actual problem with the sort feature in Excel, you can sort the cell contents by using a custom sort, which is related to this technique, and you want to help.
The method is as follows:
First, click Options on the Excel Tools menu to open the Custom List tab in the Options dialog box.
Select New sequence under Custom series on the left. The cursor will flash in the "Input sequence" box on the right, and you can enter custom sequences such as "name", "School Number", and each sequence you enter, separated by commas in English, or by entering a sequence on each entry.
If the sequence already exists on the worksheet, you can select the range of cells that contains the series click Import, and the sequence is automatically added to the input sequence box. Whichever of the above methods, click the Add button to place the sequence in the custom sequence.
Sorting by using collations is similar to stroke sorting, except that you open the custom sort order Drop-down list in the Sort Options dialog box, select the collation you defined earlier, and leave the other options unchanged. After you go back to the Sort dialog box and select Ascending or descending as needed, you can then complete the custom sort of data.
Note that the sequences displayed on the Custom Series tab (such as one or two, three, and so on) can be sorted by the above methods, and you should pay attention to the custom sequence types that Excel provides.