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 How to convert kilograms to stones and pounds in Excel?

As we all known, one stone is equal to 6.35029318 kilogram and one kilogram is equal to 2.2046226218 pounds. In this case, we can convert between kilograms and stones or convert kilograms to pounds quickly and easily. But, here, I want to talk about how to convert kilograms to stones and pounds in Excel worksheet.

Convert kilograms to stones and pounds with formula

Convert kilograms to stones and pounds with formula

To convert kilograms to stones and pounds, the following formula can help you, please do as this:

1. Enter this formula: =INT(CONVERT(A2,"kg","lbm")/14)&" st "&ROUND(MOD(CONVERT(A2,"kg","lbm"),14),0)&" lbs " into a blank cell where you want to put the result, and press Enter key to get the first calculated result, see screenshot:

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2. Then select the formula cell, and drag the fill handle down to the cells that you want to apply this formula, and all cells of kilogram have been converted to stones and pounds, see screenshot:

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    TimHJ · 8 months ago
    Hey there - many thanks for the formula. It does exactly what I need! However, I think there is a slight glitch. I have a spreadsheet that lists kilogram weights in a descending series at 0.1kg (i.e. 100 gram) intervals - and this is what happens with the conversion:

    152.5 kg --- 24 st 0 lbs
    152.4 kg --- 23 st 14 lbs
    152.3 kg --- 23 st 14 lbs
    152.2 kg --- 23 st 14 lbs
    152.1 kg --- 23 st 13 lbs

    Obviously I'm aware of the rounding effect, but you see, there is no such weight as 23 stone, 14 pounds because adding 14 pounds to 23 stone gives you.....24 stone!

    This isn't a big deal because I can easily edit the rogue values manually (I'm just using the formula to populate the cells, not to perform any calculations). But I thought I would let you know anyway.

    Thanks again!