Multicurrency conversion

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Multicurrency conversion

I am trying to prepare file for m igraton to on line, but getting error messages.  All possible errors as listed on web page I do not believe apply.  I have tried ringing to speak with  multicurrency specialist but hvae waited for hours on the phone listening music - which I suppose gives me free entertainment - but does not assist.  I would like an eamil contact or similar to speak with someone to sort this before it gets into the too hard basket and I drop the project.

 

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Re: Multicurrency conversion

Hi @RiverFire 

 

If you don't get any joy with MYOB, try FGH Tables - they have  fixed a lot of files to pass the multi currency tests for upgrade. Sometimes it is a simple thing, like changing the layout of an invoice or an account type.

 

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Gavin

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Re: Multicurrency conversion

Hi @RiverFire 

 

While AccountRight 2020.2 can migrate multi-currency AccountRight v19 company files, there are limitations of that migration process. Our Help Article: Upgrade a Premier multi-currency company file goes go through that process in terms of what can be migrated and what can't. It will also include a series of steps with regards to migrating those files.

 

We may be able to arrange to get that company file sent in for our migration team to look into. Provided the following things have been checked and completed, we can arrange for the company file to be sent in for our team to review potential reasons why that file is still not migrating:

  • No foreign transactions that are using a Professional, Time Billing or Miscellaneous layout
  • No foreign currency accounts other than trade creditor, trade debtor, bank and credit card accounts
  • No foreign currency transactions that use a consolidated or luxury car tax code
  • All open purchase orders with received items must be converted (run the Open item receipts purchase reports)
  • A user has purged out as much as possible from the company file through financial year rollovers or via the various Command Centre selections and File>>Purge.

Kind regards,
Steven

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Turned out I had two items in inventory that had a value of .01 and no quantity.  I zeroed that.  I also had Trade debtors in Foreign currency as Other asset.  Changed them to bank and same with foreign currency trade creditors.  From other liability to credit card and it is all good.....  Many thanks

 

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