How to use the CONVERT Function in Excel

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Use the CONVERT function in Excel to switch between measurements, including distance, temperature, speed, and weight.

This is a great little function and I show you how to use it in its basic version, how to use metric modifiers with it, and also how to use it in combination with VLOOKUP to return values from tables that are in the correct measurement.

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Excel Function: CONVERT()
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