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Invoice Form Assistance

I would like to add presentation data on an existing invoice for our office in the UK. I need to add current GBP vs US $ for the net invoice tax and total. Any assistance in updating the invoice we are currently using would be greatly appreciated. Would I need to add this to the Footer field, and what calculations to carry US $ to GBP?

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2016 at 11:27 AM

    Hi Robbie,

    I think you are on Business One, please post your query in Business One space.

    Regarding implementation of GBP vs US$ it is dynamic and crystal reports can't pickup dynamic values from web.

    To do this, you should have a field in a table which should track date wise exchange rate between GBP & US $, so, your invoice should pickup the exchange rate then calculate sub totals and grand totals.

    Thanks,

    Sastry

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    • Former Member Sastry Duvvuri

      Thank you Sastry, I was playing around with it yesterday and although I didn't do it quite like your explanation, it worked and the new total in GBP is being displayed on the invoice.

      Thank you so much for your assistance!

      Robbie Nelson

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