can we get the P&L Statement in Foreign Currency other that Home currency in Multi Currency Concept?

can we get the P&L Statement in Foreign Currency other that Home currency in Multi Currency Concept?

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Hello narasimha.p,

I can definitely help you get the information that you're looking for.

You can customize the Profit and Loss Detail report to show the foreign currency amount.

Here's how:

  1. Click Reports on the left panel.
  2. Search Profit in the Go to Report search field, and select Profit and Loss Detail.
  3. Click the Customize button.
  4. Under Rows/Columns, select the boxes for Currency, Foreign Amount and Foreign Net Amount.
  5. Click Run Report.

This should show all the income and expense transactions that have a foreign currency amount.

Reach out to me if there's anything else that you need. I'll be here to help you find something that works better for you. 

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