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Experience:  21 years in Computer, desktop, software and hardware support
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I am using Quickbooks that we bought at the end of 2014. I

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Hi, I am using Quickbooks that we bought at the end of 2014. I want to select € as my home currency. It appears that I must turn on 'multiple currencies' in order to select my home currency. But when I select 'multiple currencies' Quickbooks tells me I can't turn it off again and I will lose some other features I like to use. Is there a way around this? I need my invoices to quote in € - we are based in Ireland, and one of our UK customers nearly paid us in GBP today ( because that's what our invoices say) and it would have been the wrong price in that currency. Thanks, Joanna
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Customer: Hi, thanks Pearl, I don't know what else they need to know. We are using Quickbooks premier accountant edition 2015 and our default home currency is GBP - which I need to change. Thanks
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Financial Software
Expert:  Christopher Bessler replied 1 year ago.

I really wish I had better information for you on this, but I don't. The fact is, once you make that change, a conversion takes place. It's a one-way street. The only way that you can get around this is manually making the conversions outside of the program. I am sorry! I wish I could give you a button that clears this up, but that is how the software was designed and that is how it works!

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