Note: The other languages of the website are Google-translated. Back to English
Log in  \/ 
Register  \/ 


How to convert inch to foot, cm or mm in Excel?

In our daily work, we may usually convert data among multiple units. Here, I introduce the methods on convert inch to foot, cm or mm in Excel.

Convert inch to foot, cm or mm with formulas

Convert inch to foot or meter with Kutools for Excelgood idea3

Convert inch to foot, cm or mm with formulas

In Excel, you can use some simple formulas to convert inch to foot, cm or mm.

Select a blank cell and type one of below formula as you need:

Convert inch to foot =CONVERT(A2,"in","ft")

Convert inch to cm =CONVERT(A2,"in","cm")

Convert inch to mm =CONVERT(A2,"in","mm")

A2 is the cell you want to convert.

Press Enter key and drag the auto fill handle over cells needed to apply the formula.
doc convert inch to foot cm mm 1

Convert inch to foot or meter with Kutools for Excel

If you usually work at multiple unit conversion, you can apply Kutools for Excel’s Unit Conversion utility, it can help you do conversion among multiple units.
doc convert inch to foot cm mm 2

Kutools for Excel, with more than 300 handy functions, makes your jobs more easier. 

After installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:(Free Download Kutools for Excel Now!)

1. Select the cells you want to do conversion, and click Kutools > Content > Unit Conversion. See screenshot:
doc convert inch to foot cm mm 3

2. In the Unit Conversion dialog, select the unit category from Units drop-down list, and specify the units you want to convert between from two lists if you want to display the result in a comment, check Add results as comment. See screenshot:
doc convert inch to foot cm mm 4

3. Click Ok, now the data has been converted.

Convert Inch to Meter Add result as comment
doc convert inch to foot cm mm 5 doc convert inch to foot cm mm 6

The Best Office Productivity Tools

Kutools for Excel Solves Most of Your Problems, and Increases Your Productivity by 80%

  • Reuse: Quickly insert complex formulas, charts and anything that you have used before; Encrypt Cells with password; Create Mailing List and send emails...
  • Super Formula Bar (easily edit multiple lines of text and formula); Reading Layout (easily read and edit large numbers of cells); Paste to Filtered Range...
  • Merge Cells/Rows/Columns without losing Data; Split Cells Content; Combine Duplicate Rows/Columns... Prevent Duplicate Cells; Compare Ranges...
  • Select Duplicate or Unique Rows; Select Blank Rows (all cells are empty); Super Find and Fuzzy Find in Many Workbooks; Random Select...
  • Exact Copy Multiple Cells without changing formula reference; Auto Create References to Multiple Sheets; Insert Bullets, Check Boxes and more...
  • Extract Text, Add Text, Remove by Position, Remove Space; Create and Print Paging Subtotals; Convert Between Cells Content and Comments...
  • Super Filter (save and apply filter schemes to other sheets); Advanced Sort by month/week/day, frequency and more; Special Filter by bold, italic...
  • Combine Workbooks and WorkSheets; Merge Tables based on key columns; Split Data into Multiple Sheets; Batch Convert xls, xlsx and PDF...
  • More than 300 powerful features. Supports Office/Excel 2007-2019 and 365. Supports all languages. Easy deploying in your enterprise or organization. Full features 30-day free trial. 60-day money back guarantee.
kte tab 201905

Office Tab Brings Tabbed interface to Office, and Make Your Work Much Easier

  • Enable tabbed editing and reading in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Visio and Project.
  • Open and create multiple documents in new tabs of the same window, rather than in new windows.
  • Increases your productivity by 50%, and reduces hundreds of mouse clicks for you every day!
officetab bottom
Say something here...
symbols left.
You are guest
or post as a guest, but your post won't be published automatically.
Loading comment... The comment will be refreshed after 00:00.
  • To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.
    Guy · 9 days ago
    Bonjour,   La formule exacte  :   =CONVERT(A2;"cm";"in")    se sont des points virgule et non de simples virgule