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Article Number000009344
TitleHow to Set Up Currency in 2020 Design
Applies to2020 Design
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Applies to:

2020 Design V11*

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Please follow the below process to know how to set up the currency.

If you work with manufacturer catalogs from different countries or price designs in various currencies, use the Currency settings to select a default currency and to specify the preferred format for any currency.

To access the Currency settings, in the FILE menu, select Preferences. In the Preferences dialog box, select the Currency pane.
 
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Assign a default currency for all new designs

Select the currency code from the list of the New designs. The currency that you select here will become valid when you create a new design.

Change the default currency for the current design

Select the currency code from the Current design list.

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Change the format of an existing currency in the Format section of the Currency pane.

In the File menu, choose Preferences, select Currency, and click Advanced. The Format section appears.

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To change the currency symbol

In the Currency symbol field, specify the symbol that identifies the currency of a particular country or region, for example, $, £, .

To change the Decimal symbol

In the Decimal symbol field, specify the symbol that separates the integers from the fractional digits, for example - 12.34 or 12,34.

To change the Grouping symbol

In the Grouping symbol field, specify the symbol that groups the digits in large currency values, for example - 1,234,457 or 1.234.457.

To change the number of digits after the decimal symbol

In the Digits after decimal symbol field, specify the number of digits to appear after the decimal symbol in a currency value. You can choose from zero to three digits after the decimal symbol, for example - 123, 123.4,    123.45, or 123.456.

To change the Format for a positive value

In the Format for the positive value field, specify how the program displays positive currency values. The asterisk (*) represents the currency symbol, for example - 1.234,99 or $1,234.99.

To change the Format for a negative value

In the Format for negative value field, specify how the program displays negative currency values. The asterisk (*) represents the currency symbol, for example - 1.234,99 or $1,234.99-.



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