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Provided that you have a large currency report is populated with USD, and now you would like to convert the USD to your own county currency, such as EURO. How could you convert the large data at once?

**Convert currency in Excel with Excel function**

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** Convert currency in Excel with Excel function**

Supposing you have a budget with US dollar, and you need to convert the data into Euro in Excel. You can use formula as follows:

**1**. Find out the current exchange rate between US dollar and Euro, and enter it in a blank cell. In this case, 1 US dollar = 0.88462 euros. So enter *0.88462* in Cell C2.

**2**. in Cell D2, enter the formula of **= B2*$C$2**, and drag the fill handle over the range cell that you want to contain the formula. And all cells in D2:D10 are filled with converted EUROS. See screenshot:

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**1**.Click **Kutools** > **Content **> **Currency Conversion**. See screenshot:

**2**. Highlight the range that you want to convert. and configure In **Currency Conversion** dialog as follows:

(1) Select the source currency** U.S. Dollar** from the left list box;

(2) Choose the currency **EURO** that you want to convert from the right list box;

(3) Click **Update rate** button to get the latest exchange rates;

(4) Then click** Fill options** button.

**3**. In the **Fill options** dialog box, choose one output type that you want and close the box, and also you can specify the decimal place of the out put result, see screenshot:

**4**. After specifying the output type, if you select** Only cells**, then click **OK** or **Apply** button, you will get the following results:

(1) If you select** Only cells**, all of the converted values will replace the original currency values. See screenshot:

(2) If you select **Only comment**, all of the converted values will be inserted as comments into the original cells. See screenshot:

(3) And if you choose **Cells and comment** as the output result, the converted values will be filled into the original cells, at the same time, the detailed information will be inserted as comments. See screenshot:

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ALEXUAL

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PLEASE I NEED GHANA CEDI SYMBOL IN EXCEL

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Marty ALEXUAL

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Can't you use ALT+0162?

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George56 Marty

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Many thanks for that complete information!

ALEXUAL

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please i am pleading with you to insert kutools in Microsoft excel directly for easy access

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Hitler ALEXUAL

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I escaped the bunker in 1945. A u-boat took me to Argentina where I have lived ever since. I have bowel cancer and will die soon.Long live nazism. Long live comrade Hitler.

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I have over 60 medical bills in Euros that I need to convert to dollars at the exchange rate on the the differing dates of service since 06/30/2013. It appears the conversion function in Kutools does not allow one to specify the date for conversion. Am I missing something?

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Marty MKL

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Have you considered using, instead, a lookup table that would do this? There are a number of sources of historical currency fx rates which you could download and input into a table. If you have the dates in ascending order in column A and the exchange rate in column b, your vlookup formula could use the date, get the exchange rate, then apply that against your medical bill amount. I'd add a ROUND function to get rid of anything past the second decimal, and add a True False switch at the end to ensure that you don't apply an incorrect Fx amount to a date which doesn't exist in your table. If this is all a complete mystery, comment back and I'll try to explain it better.

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Henok Nigussei

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currency converter. use it or leave it. bye have a good day

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Dan

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great job ..thanks for sharing

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allan manhire

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Thank you, this is quiet helpful, needed this for my business

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telecaster

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Completely useless for use cases involving multiple currencies and multiple dates. Can we have an advanced tutorial please? Or some reference data sources?

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[wiki]How do I convert Sri Lankan Rupees (Rs) into Australian dollars using Excel?[/wiki]

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Marty JEREMY

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Fairly simple math issue. First, you need to know the exchange rate for the two currencies. Today (August 3, 2015, the Fx is 1 LKR = 0.0102975 AUD. If you want to convert Sri Lankan Rupees into Australian Dollars, you would divide the number of rupees you have by .012975. Since that might end up with a number of decimal places, you might round it so that it ends up with just two. I would set up a worksheet that shows, in cell A1, the conversion rate - so A1 would equal ..0102975. Then I would set up A2 to contain the number of Sri Lankan rupees I want to convert, say, 1,000.In cell A3, I would put the formula to divide the Sri Lankan Rupees into Aussie dollars and round the results to the closest 2nd decimal. But rather than "hard wire" the conversion rate into the formula, I would reference the conversion rate I just put in Cell A1. That way, if I want to change the conversion rate next week, I don't have to edit a formula - I just change the conversion rate. So the cell A3 would read (without quotes) "=round(A2/A1,2)"You could label each cell with the intended contents by placing the text labels in cells B1, B2, and B3. And you could use the currency formatting for cells A2 and A3 to properly reflect that they are Sri Lankan and Australian currencies. Hope this helps.

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Trying to create a spreadsheet that converts both directions - Pesos to dollars or dollars to pesos; my formulas are "at war" with one another. I tried IF/THEN formulas as well as the $column$row*cell value approach.Scenario is that we purchase materials in both MX and US for projects and will be entering both currencies into the sheet. Help!Thanks-

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## FAQs

### What is the easiest way to convert currency in Excel? ›

Select the cells that you want to format and then, **in the Number group on the Home tab, click the down arrow in the Number Format box.** **Choose either Currency or Accounting**.

**How do I convert currencies in Excel? ›**

**Use the Currencies data type to calculate exchange rates**

Enter the currency pair in a cell using this format: From Currency / To Currency with the ISO currency codes. For example, enter "USD/EUR" to get the exchange rate from one United States Dollar to Euros. Select the cells and then select Insert > Table.

**How do I convert multiple currencies in Excel? ›**

**Convert currency in Excel with Kutools for Excel**

- Click Kutools > Content > Currency Conversion. ...
- Highlight the range that you want to convert. ...
- In the Fill options dialog box, choose one output type that you want and close the box, and also you can specify the decimal place of the out put result, see screenshot:

**How do you change the currency of an entire sheet? ›**

**To apply a custom currency format to your spreadsheet:**

- On your computer, open a spreadsheet in Google Sheets.
- Highlight the data you want to format.
- Click Format. Number.
- Click Custom currency.
- Search in the menu text box to select a format. You can also add your own custom currency format into the text box.
- Click Apply.

**What is the formula for converting currencies? ›**

The formula is: **Starting Amount (Original Currency) / Ending Amount (New Currency) = Exchange Rate**. For example, if you exchange 100 U.S. Dollars for 80 Euros, the exchange rate would be 1.25. But if you exchange 80 Euros for 100 U.S. Dollars, the exchange rate would be 0.8.

**How do I quickly convert numbers in Excel? ›**

**Use Paste Special and Multiply**

Select the cells that have numbers stored as text. On the Home tab, click Paste > Paste Special. Click Multiply, and then click OK. Excel multiplies each cell by 1, and in doing so, converts the text to numbers.

**How do I convert currencies manually? ›**

If you know the exchange rate, **divide your current currency by the exchange rate**. For example, suppose that the USD/EUR exchange rate is 0.631 and you'd like to convert 100 USD into EUR.To accomplish this, simply multiply the 100 by 0.631 and the result is the number of EUR that you will receive: 63.10 EUR.

**How do I convert currency to numbers in Excel? ›**

Convert currency text to number with formula

Select a blank cell besides original currency text strings column, says Cell C2, **type the formula =VALUE(B2) (B2 is the text cell with currency format you will convert to number) into it, and then drag this cell's AutoFill Handle to the range as you need**.

**Is there a convert function in Excel? ›**

**Converts a number from one measurement system to another**. For example, CONVERT can translate a table of distances in miles to a table of distances in kilometers.

**Can Excel automatically convert units? ›**

**The Excel CONVERT Function[1] is an Excel Engineering Function.** **The function is useful for conversion of units from one measurement system to another measurement system**. For example, CONVERT will help us to convert pounds to kilograms, feet to centimeters, or Fahrenheit to Celsius.

### How do you handle multiple currencies? ›

Enable multiple currencies for your organization. **To designate your corporate currency, from Setup, enter Manage Currencies in the Quick Find box, then select Manage Currencies, and then click Change Corporate**. To activate more currencies for your organization, click New in the Active Currencies related list.

**How do I convert a formula to a value in multiple cells? ›**

**Replace formulas with their calculated values**

- Select the cell or range of cells that contains the formulas. If the formula is an array formula, select the range that contains the array formula. ...
- Click Copy .
- Click Paste .
- Click the arrow next to Paste Options. , and then click Values Only.

**What is currency format in Excel? ›**

The Currency format refers to a built-in number format of MS Excel used particularly for currencies like prices. It adds a currency sign before the entered values within the formatted cells. The currency format is most commonly used for denoting general monetary values in Excel cells.

**How do you separate currency and amount in a spreadsheet? ›**

For separating dollars, please **select a blank cell (says cell B2) beside the currency cell you will separate dollars and cells, enter formula =INT(A2) into the Formula Bar, and then press the Enter key**. You can see the dollar was separated with the dollar sign and located in the selected cell as below screenshot shown.

**How do I convert US dollars to pounds in Excel? ›**

**To do this, select the cells you want to format.**

- Then, choose Currency from the Number Format dropdown menu in the Number section of the Home tab.
- All numbers in selected cells are formatted as Currency with the Windows default currency symbol application.

**What is the rule for currency exchange? ›**

**You can bring into India foreign exchange without any limit**. If, however, the value of foreign currency in cash exceeds US$ 5,000 and/or the cash plus TCs exceed US$ 10,000 it should be declared to the customs authorities at the airport in the currency declaration form (CDF), on arrival in India.

**What is currency translation method? ›**

Currency translation is **the process of converting one currency in terms of another, often in the context of the financial results of a parent company's foreign subsidiaries into its functional currency**—the currency of the primary economic environment in which an entity generates and expends cash flows.

**What is the fastest way to convert numbers to text? ›**

**Add an apostrophe to change number to text format**

Just double-click in a cell and enter the apostrophe before the numeric value. You will see a small triangle added in the corner of this cell.

**How do you quickly fill numbers in cells without dragging? ›**

Select the cell with the formula and the adjacent cells you want to fill. **Click Home > Fill, and choose either Down, Right, Up, or Left**. Keyboard shortcut: You can also press Ctrl+D to fill the formula down in a column, or Ctrl+R to fill the formula to the right in a row.

**What are the four methods of foreign currency translation? ›**

Converting the values of a foreign subsidiary's holdings into the parent company's domestic currency can lead to inconsistencies if exchange rates change continuously. There are four methods of measuring translation exposure: **Current/Non-current, Monetary/Non-monetary, Current Rate, and Temporal methods**.

### Do you multiply or divide to convert currency? ›

If you know a conversion rate, then you can **multiply the quantity you need to change by the conversion rate to get to the new currency**. If you want to come backwards from the currency, divide 1 by the conversion rate, then multiply that new figure by the amount you want to change.

**How do I convert cells to Number Format? ›**

**Convert Text to Numbers Using 'Convert to Number' Option**

- Select all the cells that you want to convert from text to numbers.
- Click on the yellow diamond shape icon that appears at the top right. From the menu that appears, select 'Convert to Number' option.

**How does convert function work? ›**

insert() function is a Python library function used to insert a given element at a given index in a list. **After the insertion of a new element in the list, elements after the inserted element are shifted by one index to the right side**.

**How do you use conversion function? ›**

You can define a member function of a class, called a conversion function, that **converts from the type of its class to another specified type**. All three statements in function f(Y) use the conversion function Y::operator int() .

**What method can we use in converting units? ›**

Summary: to convert units, **construct a fraction that is equal to 1, multiply the original measurement by that fraction, and simplify**.

**How do you convert units of data? ›**

Here, **1 kilobyte = 1024 bytes, 1 megabyte = 1024 kilobytes, 1 gigabyte = 1024 megabytes**, etc. (Wikipedia provides a more complete discussion of binary prefixes.) In common SI decimal notation using joules as an example, 1 kilojoule = 1000 joules, 1 megajoule = 1000 kilojoules, 1 gigajoule = 1000 megajoules, etc.

**How do you triangulate currencies? ›**

To find the offer, **divide the offer of the terms currency by the bid of the base**. If the USD/CHF rate is 1.5000-10 and USD/JPY is 100.00-10 then for a CHF/JPY cross rate, the bid would be 100.00 divided by 1.5010 or 66.6223 JPY/CHF; the offer would be 100.10 divided by 1.5000 or 66.7337 JPY/CHF.

**How do you control currency value? ›**

**To reduce the value of a currency there are a few policies the government could adopt.**

- Looser monetary policy – cutting interest rates.
- Looser fiscal policy – cutting tax and increasing government spending.
- Selling reserves of currency on the foreign exchange market and buying rival currencies.

**When the multiple currencies feature is enabled? ›**

To enable the Multiple Currencies feature, **you must have the Enable Features permission**. This feature provides support for transactions with customers and vendors that use currencies other than the currency in which your company manages its financial reporting.

**How do I combine values from multiple cells into one cell? ›**

**Combine text from two or more cells into one cell**

- Select the cell where you want to put the combined data.
- Type = and select the first cell you want to combine.
- Type & and use quotation marks with a space enclosed.
- Select the next cell you want to combine and press enter. An example formula might be =A2&" "&B2.

### How do you merge cells in Excel and keep the currency format? ›

Select a blank cell (Cell E2 in our example), enter the formula **=TEXT(B2,"$#,##0.00_);($#,##0.00)") (B2 is the currency cell you will concatenate) into it, and press the Enter key**.

**What is the conversion of $1 to 1 euro? ›**

1 USD = **0.922211 EUR** Jan 15, 2023 06:39 UTC

Check the currency rates against all the world currencies here.

**What is $100 USD in euros? ›**

**What is $50 dollars in euros? ›**

USD | EUR |
---|---|

5 USD | 4.61065 EUR |

10 USD | 9.2213 EUR |

25 USD | 23.0532 EUR |

50 USD | 46.1065 EUR |

**How do I convert euros to dollars in Excel? ›**

**The DOLLARFR function in Excel returns the value of a cell multiplied by the exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and the specified currency**. For example, if the exchange rate is 1.50 euros per dollar, and the value in a cell is 5 euros, the DOLLARFR function would return the value 7.50 (5x1. 50).

**How do I convert from one currency to another manually? ›**

If you know the exchange rate, **divide your current currency by the exchange rate**. For example, suppose that the USD/EUR exchange rate is 0.631 and you'd like to convert 100 USD into EUR.To accomplish this, simply multiply the 100 by 0.631 and the result is the number of EUR that you will receive: 63.10 EUR.

**Does Excel have built in currency converter? ›**

**Microsoft Excel does not include built-in currency conversion tools**. However, you can use an external data source to provide updated rates. The basic multiplication formula will be converted from one currency to another.

**How do I convert dollars to thousands in Excel? ›**

Fortunately, large numbers in Excel can be formatted so they can be shown in “Thousands” or “Millions”. **By using the Format Cells dialogue box shortcuts CTRL+1, you will need to select CUSTOM and then enter one comma to show Thousands** or two commas to show Millions.

**What is currency swap method? ›**

A currency swap is **an agreement in which two parties exchange the principal amount of a loan and the interest in one currency for the principal and interest in another currency**. At the inception of the swap, the equivalent principal amounts are exchanged at the spot rate.

**How do you flip currency conversions? ›**

You would **divide 1 by the current exchange rate of the two currencies for the inverse relationship**. So for example, if the USD/EUR exchange rate was 0.89, to find the reciprocal exchange rate of EUR/USD, you would perform the following calculation: 1/0.89 to arrive at 1.12.

### How do you convert numbers to currency format? ›

On the Home tab, click the Dialog Box Launcher next to Number. Tip: You can also press Ctrl+1 to open the Format Cells dialog box. In the Format Cells dialog box, in the Category list, click Currency or Accounting. In the Symbol box, click the currency symbol that you want.

**How many combinations are there to make change for a dollar? ›**

With the four coins (quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies), there are **242** ways to make change for a dollar.