How to convert gallon to liter/ounce or vice versa in Excel?
Have you ever tried to convert between the liquid units, for example, convert gallon to liter, ounce or vice versa in Excel? Here I introduce the tricks for you to convert between some liquid units in Excel.
Before using formulas to convert gallon to liter, ounce or vice versa, you need to get familiar with the abbreviation of gallon, liter, ounce in the formulas.
Select a blank cell, and enter this formula =CONVERT(1,"gal","lt"), then press Enter key to get the result.
Tip: In above formula, you will convert gallon to liter, and 1 is the number you want to use, if you want to convert between other units, just take reference from above table, and change the reference in formula as you need.
If you are tired to remember formulas, you can use Kutools for Excel’s Unit Conversion to quickly convert between multiple liquid measures in Excel.
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After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:
1. Select the cells you want to use, and click Kutools > Content > Unit Conversion. See screenshot:
2. Then select Liquid from the Units dropdown list, and select the units you want to convert between from the two lists. For instance, convert gallon to liter, just select Gallon form left list, and Liter form right list, and then you can preview the result in the Preview pane. See screenshot:
3. Click Ok, and the cells have been converted from gallon to liter.
Tip: With Kutools for Excel’s Unit Conversion, you also can add the converted result as comments. See screenshot:
With Unit Conversion, you can convert between multiple units, such as mass unit, distance measure and so on.
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