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How to multiply all numbers in a column?

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    How to multiply all numbers in a column?

    Lets say there is column of values: 2, 3, 4. What is the formula to get result of 2*3*4?

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    Re: How to multiply all numbers in a column?

    Perhaps =A1*A2*A3 ?
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    Re: How to multiply all numbers in a column?

    Or =PRODUCT(A1:A3)

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