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In OpenERP the multi currency will work automatically , but you need to do the specific configuration for that.
If you want to use multi currency feature in your current system.
1) Go to Setting >>Accounting >> allow multi currency feature.
2) You need to speficify the currency rate in Accounting Configureation.
Its in Accounting>>Configuration>>Misc.. >>Currency.
You need to specify one base currecny which is the main or default currency of your company and update the other currency you want to use and make it active.
Now the mutli currency will enable in your system after this configuration. there is only final and main config. is remaining.
3) You need to create specific journal for each currency you are doing transaction with.
For Journal set specific account and set your secondary currency in each Jouranl , If you want to make a journal with default currency than no need to select any currency be default you Journal will be created with company default currency.
If you need any further assist , I am here to help you.
Anil Kesariya (SerpentCS)
A specific and complete module is available in version 6, 6.1 and 7 - 6.0: l10n_cn_account_fx_valuation - 6.1: account_unrealized_currency_gain_loss module - 7.0: account_multicurrency_revaluation
At least I have FX revaluation completely covered for Chinese companies (which is in principle similar to any Anglosaxon company)
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