# How do you multiply formulas in sheets?

## How do you multiply formulas in sheets?

1. Open Google Sheets, and select a cell.
2. Enter the equal sign ( = ).
3. Type a number.
4. Enter the asterisk ( * ) to signify multiplication.
5. Type the second number.
6. Press Enter to see the result.

### How do you autofill formulas in sheets?

Fill Down a Formula (Apply to the entire column)

1. Select cell C2.
2. Place the cursor over the fill handle icon (the blue square at the bottom-right of the selection).
3. Hold the left key on the mouse (trackpad) and drag it down to cell C13 (you can also double click on the bottom right blue square and it will fill the cells)

How do I fix the date format in Google Sheets?

2. Highlight the data you want to format.
3. Click Format Number More Formats.
4. Click More date and time formats.
5. Search in the menu text box to select a format.
6. Click Apply.

How do you add on sheets?

What to Know

1. Easiest option: Click the cell, select SUM in the Functions menu, and select the cells you want to add.
2. Or click the cell, enter =SUM( and select the cells. Close with ). Press Enter.
3. You can also use the Function button to create a sum.

## How do you write mobile formulas?

On your Android phone or tablet, open a spreadsheet in the Google Sheets app. Tap the cell where you want to add the formula….Tap the cell where you want to add the formula.

1. To pick from a list of functions, tap Function.
2. To enter a function manually, enter = and the function you want to use.

### What is the shortcut to drag formulas in Google Sheets?

Fill down keyboard shortcut: (Ctrl + D) To use the fill down keyboard shortcut to copy formulas, select the range of cells that you want to copy formulas into, where the top cell of your selection contains the formula to be copied. Then press the keys Ctrl +D.

How can you show all the formulas in an Excel spreadsheet?

How to Display Formulas in Excel

1. Click the Formulas tab.
2. Click the Show Formulas button. Formulas are displayed in the worksheet and the columns widen to accommodate the formulas, if necessary.
3. Click the Show Formulas button again to hide the formulas.