How to multiply from different sheets in Excel?
Multiply values is a common operation in Excel workbook, it is easy for us to multiply cell values in one single sheet. Have you ever tried to multiply values from different sheets in Excel?
For example, Sheet 1 contains the salesman names and their salary per day, Sheet2 has the working hours per day. Now, we need to calculate the total salary per day for each person in Sheet3 as below screenshot shown. This article will explain some simple formulas for multiplying values across multiple sheets.
To multiply values from different sheets, the normal multiplication symbol can help you, please do as this:
1. Click to select a cell where you want to output the result, and then enter this formula: =Sheet2!B2*Sheet1!B2, see screenshot:
2. Then, press Enter key, and drag the fill handle down to get other results as below screenshot shown:
Besides the multiplication symbol, the PRODUCT function in Excel also can do you a favor.
1. Click to select a cell where you want to output the result, and then enter this formula: =PRODUCT(Sheet1!B2, Sheet2!B2) see screenshot:
2. Then, press Enter key to get the first result, and then drag the fill handle down to display other calculations, see screenshot:
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