In this post, I exhibited how you can **multiply numbers **by using the **“*”** operator in Microsoft Excel. This post led to huge queries from different platforms: How to do multiplication in Excel? How do you multiply in Excel? Yes, you can easily multiply the numbers in Excel.

**A multiplication formula and sign in Excel**

The “multiplication” function is denoted as **“***“. Excel is one of the most valuable applications that helps you to use this operator. The following example exhibited simple steps that can help you to multiply in Excel.

**Step 1**

**Enter Product name**

First, you need to enter your data as in this example “Product” name in column B. Click Cell “C4” and type Jeans and enter all your desired data.

**Enter Price**

Click Cell “D4” type “Price” and enter individual product prices in column D.

**Enter Quantity**

Click Cell “E3” and type “Cost and enter the number of quantities sold in column E.

**Multiply cell in Excel**

**Calculate total revenue by using the multiply or multiplication * function in Excel**

You can simply calculate the value of the total revenue you have earned by selling different numbers of products.

- Click cell “F4” and type “=” and select cell “D4” and then enter multiplication function * and select E4.
- Press enter to find an answer to the total revenue you have earned by selling products.

Copy the formula of Cell “F4” by using Ctrl+C and after selecting your desired range, paste your formula by using the Ctrl+V shortcut key.