# CONVERT accepts the following text values for Force : CONVERT « Engineering functions « Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Tutorial

 Force From_unit or to_unit Newton "N" Dyne "dyn" (or "dy") Pound force "lbf"

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 16.9.CONVERT 16.9.1. CONVERT(Value_in_from_units, From_unit, Units_for_the_result) converts a number from one measurement system to another 16.9.2. =CONVERT(1.0, "lbm", "kg") converts 1 pound mass to kilograms 16.9.3. =CONVERT(68, "F", "C") converts 68 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius 16.9.4. =CONVERT(2.5, "ft", "sec") returns an error(#N/A), since data types are not the same type 16.9.5. =CONVERT(CONVERT(100,"ft","m"),"ft","m") converts 100 square feet into square meters 16.9.6. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Weight and mass 16.9.7. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Distance 16.9.8. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Time 16.9.9. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Pressure 16.9.10. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Force 16.9.11. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Energy 16.9.12. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Power 16.9.13. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Magnetism 16.9.14. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Temperature 16.9.15. CONVERT accepts the following text values for Liquid