Rather than finding currency conversion rates manually, you can import up-to-date and historical currency exchange rates using the GOOGLEFINANCE function in Google Sheets. Using these rates, you can convert any currency to another in your spreadsheet.How do I change the currency in a spreadsheet?
You’ll need to open any spreadsheet first and then select all the cells containing the currency that you want to change. If the entire sheet has just one currency, you can simply use the Control+a (or Command+a on Mac) keyboard shortcut. With the relevant cells selected, click the “123” button that’s next to the font selection option.How do I convert USD to GBP in Google Sheets?
The GOOGLEFINANCE function is used in cells A3 to A5, returning the then-current USD to GBP rate. By multiplying the USD figure in column B against the USD to GBP exchange rate in column A, the converted GBP amount is returned in column C.What is conversion rate function in Google Sheets?
As the name suggests, the function makes use of financial data provided by Google. So whatever conversion rates you were planning to Google, are directly available within your Google Sheets! All you need is the correct formula.