People use Google Sheets for multiple reasons. Some use it for work, some use it for tracking data and some use it for finances and investments. When you are indulging in financial data inputs, having access to the correct currency symbol is key.
Most of the Google sheet settings have a default currency symbol set up. If you don’t want to use that and make a switch to a native currency symbol that will make calculations a lot easier for you, we have got you covered.
Even if you download an expense-tracking spreadsheet with a specific currency symbol, you can change it to your desired choice and this detailed post on how to change the currency symbol in Google Sheets will explain every step you need to follow to make that happen.
- Open the Google Sheets:
- Now, select the relevant data and click the more format icon:
- Next, navigate to more formats > More currencies
- Next, all the currencies options will be visible and you can select any currency you want:
- Next, all the currencies icon will change: