# How to Convert Feet to Meters in Google Sheets

Hey there! If you’re using Google Sheets and need to convert numeric values to different units of measurement, like feet to meters, I’ve got you covered! Google Sheets has a handy CONVERT function for that. Here’s how you can use it:

## Converting Feet to Meters Without CONVERT

But wait! You don’t actually need the CONVERT function to get the job done. You can use a simple conversion formula instead. There are two ways to convert feet to meters:

First, you can divide the number of feet by 3.28, because one meter equals 3.28 feet. For example, 10 feet is about 3.048 meters.

Alternatively, you can multiply the number of feet by 0.3048, since a foot is approximately 30.48 percent of a meter. So, multiplying 10 feet by 0.3048 gives you 3.048 meters as well.

Want to give it a try? Open a blank Google Sheets spreadsheet and enter some values in column A, like 10, 125, and 50. Then, in cell B2, type “=A2/3.28” and press Enter. Boom! You just converted 10 feet to 3.048 meters. To convert the other values, you can drag the formula down to cells B3 and B4. Easy peasy!

Now, if you prefer to use the second formula, type “=A2*30.48” in cell C2. You’ll get the same result, 3.048 meters, but this time with a few more decimal places. Drag the formula down to cells C3 and C4 to convert the other values. Done!

If you want to adjust the number of decimal places displayed, select a cell and use the buttons on the toolbar. Click the “Decrease decimal place” button to remove decimal places or the “Increase decimal place” button to add more. So neat!

## The CONVERT Function

Hey there! Let’s talk about the awesome CONVERT function in Google Sheets. This handy function helps you convert units of measure with ease. All you need to do is follow the syntax: **CONVERT(value, start_unit, end_unit)**.

Now, let’s say you want to convert feet to meters. Simply use “ft” as the start unit and “m” as the end unit. The value you want to convert can be a number entered directly or even a cell reference.

Ready to give it a try? Just select cell D2 in your spreadsheet. Then, type in **=CONVERT(A2, “ft”, “m”)** in the fx bar and hit that Return key. Voila! You’ve got the conversion result.

In this case, you’ll see the result 3.048 in cell D2. And if you want to keep things neater, you can round it down to 3.05.

## Creating Your Own Conversion Calculator

Hey there! Did you know that you can make your very own conversion calculator using CONVERT? It’s super easy! Let me show you how.

First things first, let’s open up a blank spreadsheet in Google Sheets. To do that, just click on File and then choose New. Simple, right?

Okay, now that we have our blank spreadsheet, it’s time to set up our conversion calculator. We’ll need to label a few things to make it work. In cells B2 to B5, go ahead and enter the following labels: ‘Value’, ‘Start Unit’, ‘End Unit’, and ‘Conversion Value’. Just like in the picture below!

Now comes the fun part! We’re going to write a formula in cell C5 that will do all the converting for us. Ready? Click on cell C5 and type in ‘=CONVERT(C2, C3, C4)’ in the fx bar at the top. Don’t worry, I’ll explain what it means in just a sec.

But first, we need to fill in some values so our conversion calculator has something to work with. In cell C2, type in ’10’. This will be our starting value, which in this case is 10 feet. Then, in cell C3, enter ‘ft’ to indicate that our starting unit is feet. And finally, type ‘m’ in cell C4 to represent our end unit, which is meters.

Almost there! Now, take a look at cell C5. Do you see that number? Ta-da! That’s the conversion value you’ve been waiting for. In this case, it’s 3.048. Cool, huh?

And just like that, you’ve created your very own conversion calculator! Now you can use it to convert any values you want. Pretty nifty, right?

Hey there! So, here’s the deal: this conversion calculator is pretty neat because it can convert different units of measure. And get this, you can also convert other units by just changing the start and end unit cells. Cool, right?

For example, let’s say you want to convert 10 yards to feet. Instead of using the default units, you can enter ‘yd’ in cell C3 and ‘ft’ in cell C4. Then, boom! The calculator will do its magic and convert those yards into feet for you.

But wait, there’s more! The CONVERT function in Google Sheets is pretty versatile. It can convert all sorts of things like time, distance, energy, volume, area, speed, temperature, and so on. It’s like a Swiss Army knife of conversions!

Now, let’s fancy things up a bit. Wanna add some formatting to the conversion calculator? No problem. Just select cells B2 to B5 and press Ctrl + B to make the headings bold. Easy peasy.

If you want to take it a step further and make it look even more polished, let’s add some borders. Here’s what you gotta do: select the cell range B2 to C5 with your cursor. Then, click on the Borders button and choose the option that gives you full borders. You’ll see it in the snapshot below. And voila! Your conversion calculator will have that extra touch of style.

Hey there! Guess what? You now have your very own conversion calculator that can help you convert measurements, including feet to meters! Isn’t that cool? Instead of scratching your head and trying to figure it out on your own, you can rely on this handy tool.

And if you’re an Excel guru, you might find this Tech Junkie guide pretty useful. It shows you step-by-step how to convert feet to meters using an Excel spreadsheet. So if you’re into numbers and spreadsheets, go ahead and check it out!