I have £ changed to $ in our single-cirrency mode on our QB 2013 desktop app. changed to multi-curr and now can't go back to single curr mode. please advise

On QB 2013 desktop version £ changed suddenly to $. Tried to use changing currency options. Changed to multi-currency with £ only active, but not letting me to change back to single currency mode. Verying the data/Rebuilding the data as a solution from one of the topics here is not working. Please advise what to do now to switch back to single-currency mode. Thanks

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Once multi-currency is enabled, it is on. You can restore from the backup file you made before changing it.


The Currency Sign usually reflects an issue with a Windows update changing the Region, Language, Currency to US. You put it back to UK, and the currency sign in QB will be correct.

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