If you are looking for **how to convert USD to EURO in Excel**, then you are in the right place. In international trade or any kind of business, we often need to convert **USD **to **Euro**. In this article we’ll try to discuss how to convert **USD **to **Euro **in Excel.

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## 3 Methods to Convert USD to Euro in Excel

Excel offers several ways to convert **USD **to **Euro**. Some of them are easy to apply and some of them are a little bit lengthy. But we’ll try to show you those methods in the easiest way.

### 1. Using General Arithmetic Formula

The easiest way to make a conversion is to use a general arithmetic formula. Suppose we have the dataset below with column headers as **USD Amount, Exchange Rate, Date**, and** EURO Amount**. We have taken the **Exchange Rate** as **1.04**.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, write the following formula in the
**E5**

`=B5*C5`

Here, **B5 **and **C5 **refer to the first **USD Amount **and **Exchange Rate** respectively.

- Secondly, press
**ENTER**to get the output as**4**. - Thirdly, use the
**Fill Handle**by dragging the cursor downwards while holding the**right-bottom**corner of the**E5**cell like this.

Eventually, we’ll get the converted outputs in **Euro**.

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### 2. Applying Exchange Rate through Using Currencies Data Type

If we want to get the perfect conversion, we need to use the** Currencies Data Type** to have the automatically changing **Exchange Rate**. This method mainly connects the changing **Exchange Rate** with the Excel file.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, write
**USD/EUR**in the**B5** - Secondly, go to
**Insert**> click**Table**.

*Note:** Also, you can just press CTRL + T to create a table after selecting the B5 cell.*

Immediately, a** Create Table** window will appear.

- Thirdly, put the cell range as
**$B$5**and click**OK**. Don’t check the box before**My table has headers**.

Consequently, tables will be added to our selected cell.

- Fourthly, click the
**B5**cell > go to**Data**> select**Currencies**.

Eventually, we will see the **currency icon** in the **B5 **cell.

- Fifthly, click again the
**B5**cell and press**CTRL + SHIFT + F5**. - Eventually, a
**US Dollar/ Euro FX Cross Rate**window will appear. - Sixthly, click
**Price**and**Last trade time**

As a result, we’ll see that **Price **and **Last trade time** tables are added.

- Now, write the formula in the
**C9**cell like this.

`=B9*Table1[Price]`

Here, **B9 **refers to the first **USD Amount** i.e. **10 **and **Table1[Price]** refers to the **Exchange Rate** in **C5 **i.e. **1.04**.

- Lastly, press
**ENTER**and use the**Fill Handle**to get all the outputs.

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### 3. Utilizing External XML Source

Using external **XML **sources is another way to convert **USD **to **Euro **with a changing **Exchange Rate**. We just link an external source that has the conversion rate with the Excel file. We can do this by following some simple steps.

**Steps: **

- Firstly, go to
**Data**tab > choose**Get Data**> select**From File**> pick**From XML**.

- Meanwhile, you’ll see the
**Import Data**. - Secondly, input any
**URL**(e.g. http://www.floatrates.com/daily/usd.xml) in the**File Name**box, where the**Exchange Rate**is stored in**XML**. - Thirdly, click
**Open**.

- Eventually, the following window will appear. Then click
**Transform Data**.

- Consequently, the
**usd Power Query Editor**window will appear. - Fourthly, find the
**item**and click**Table**.

- Fifthly, click the icon shown in the figure below and click
**OK**.

- Eventually, we’ll get the full
**Power Query**.

- Fifthly, go to
**Home**> select**Manage Columns**> pick**Choose Columns**> select**Choose Columns**.

- Then, a
**Choose Column**window will appear. - Sixthly, make sure the following marked items are ticked and click
**OK**.

- Seventhly, click
**Close & Load**.

- Eventually, all the data has been loaded into the Excel file.

- Now, write the following formula in the
**C5**cell of the desired sheet of our Excel file.

`=VLOOKUP($C$4,usd[[#All],[item.targetCurrency]:[item.exchangeRate]],3,FALSE)*B5`

Here, **C4 **refers to the **EUR**, **usd[#All]** refers to all the values of the sheet **usd, item.targetCurrency** is the column name of **Target Currency** which we want to get as output. **item.exchangeRate** is the column name of** Exchange Rates** of different currencies in the Excel sheet of **usd**, **B5 **is the **USD **value of **10**.

**Formula Breakdown:**

- Here,
**C4**is the**EUR**currency, and the final argument is**False**. - And, The
**[[item.targetCurrency]:[item.exchangeRate]]**is the lookup data, By which, it will search for**EUR**in this data range from the ‘**usd’** - Lastly, the number
**3**in the formula denotes index column 3, from where the exchange will be taken. - Finally, “
***B5**” is for the multiplication of this looked-up cell with the cell**B5**.

- Lastly, press
**ENTER**and use the**Fill Handle**to get all the outputs in**Euro**.

*Note: **The column name where we want to have the output should be EUR and the US dollar’s column name should be USD. Because in the usd sheet the name of these two currencies is denoted as USD and EUR and if we give any other names, the formula will not find the reference value in the usd sheet and will give an error. That’s why in the last step, we have changed the column names to USD and EUR.*

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## How to Convert a Number to Euro Currency Using EUROCONVERT Function

We can convert any currency into **Euros **at a time in Excel. We have a specific function to convert any currencies into **Euros **using the **EUROCONVERT function**. This function actually uses the **ISO code** of the currencies. Every currency has an **ISO code** to use in Excel.

**Steps: **

- We have to activate
**Excel Add-ins** - So, firstly, go to
**File**.

- Secondly, select
**Options**.

- Promptly, the
**Excel Options**dialog box will appear. - Thirdly, click
**Add-ins**> select**Excel Add-ins**in the**Manage**box > click**Go**.

- Select the
**Euro Currency Tools**in the**Add-ins**window > click**OK**.

- Eventually, the
**Euro Currency Tools**is added to our Excel. - Fourthly, write the following formula in the
**E5**cell of the following sheet like this.

`=EUROCONVERT(B5,C5,D5)`

Here, **B5**, **C5**, and **D5 **refer to the first **Amount **which is **896**, the **Source **i.e. the type of currency of **896 **(here it is **BEF**), and the **Target **currency i.e. **EUR**.

- Fifthly, press
**ENTER**and use the**Fill Handle**to get all the outputs in**EUR**like this.

## Using Excel Formula to Convert Currency in Excel

If we have different types of currencies which we need to convert to **USD **at a time, we need to use a **NESTED IF** formula. Let’s say we have the following dataset where we have column headers as **USD Amount**, **Currency**, and **New Currency Amount **in **Columns** of **B, C**, and **D** respectively**. **We need to find the values of the **New Currency Amount** in the **D Column**.

Write the following formula in the **D5 **cell like this.

`=IF(C5="USD",1,IF(C5="EUR",1.04,IF(C5="GBP",0.93,IF(C5="INR",81.37,IF(C5="CAD",1.37,IF(C5="JPY",144.52))))))*B5`

Here, **1, 1.04, 0.93, 81.37, 1.37**, and **144.52** are **Exchange Rates** of **USD, EUR, GBP, INR, CAD**, and **JPY** respectively on **27th September 2022**.

**Formula Breakdown:**

**=IF(C5=”USD”,1**Writing**=IF**enables the IF function of Excel. The second argument requires the input of the value returned when the logical test is true. If our desired currency is USD, we have set our exchange rate as 1. So, in the 2nd argument, we write 1.**=IF(C5=”USD”,1,IF(C5=”EUR”,1.04**Now, if the first logical test returns false, it will go to the second**IF**, and at the first argument, it will test if the desired currency is**EUR**. If the currency is**EUR**, true will be returned. Now, in the second argument, we have to set the value for the true return of the logical test. As the**EUR**exchange rate is**04**in respect of the**USD**, so we write**1,04**in the second argument.**=IF(C5=”USD”,1,IF(C5=”EUR”,1.04,IF(C5=”GBP”,0.93,IF(C5=”INR”,81.37,IF(C5=”CAD”,1.37,IF(C5=”JPY”,144.52))))))*B5 →**After getting the actual exchange rate of currency using**IF**s, multiply it with the given**USD**amount to get the desired currency amount. Remember, the**Asterisk sign (*)**is used for multiplication in Excel.

- Press
**ENTER**and use the**Fill Handle**to get all the outputs in**USD**like this.

Here, we have skipped another **3 examples of using Excel formula to convert currency**. If you’re interested, just visit the article.

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## Things to Remember

- The
**Exchange Rate**changes day to day. So, using the**General Arithmetic**formula is not suitable for regular use because we have to fix a specific**Exchange Rate**in this formula. - More importantly, you cannot use the
**EUROCONVERT**function to convert**USD**to**Euro**or vice-versa. Rather, you can use it to convert the currency of Euro members.

## Conclusion

That’s all about today’s session. And these are the ways to convert **USD **to **Euro **in Excel. We strongly believe this article would be highly beneficial for you. Don’t forget to share your thoughts and queries in the comments section and explore our website **Exceldemy**, a one-stop Excel solution provider.

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