Is there a way to auto populate the currency exchange rate on all individual invoices based on the rate you set in the currencies menu?

We are having EUR based orders come over from Salesforce via Workato and the exchange rate that auto fills is 1:1 EUR/USD instead of the correct exchange rate, which is set up correctly in Salesforce and also in the master currencies menu in Quickbooks. 

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This sounds like a problem with the data exchange between the systems.  You say both have the correct rates, but it sound like QBO is reading in the 1.0 rate or its getting placed there because the data is missing.  Not really my area.

If manually creating an invoice fills the correct default exchange rate then I would say theres no problem with the QB end.

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