Como registrar un pago de un cliente (Divisa local) que nos cancela en otra moneda USD el QB no me permite el registro por las divisas

Como registrar un pago de un cliente (Divisa local) que nos cancela en otra moneda USD el QB no me permite el registro por las divisas

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Hola, enocmurillo,

Puedes añadir una moneda por cliente. Si su cliente paga con otra moneda, puede calcular manualmente su monto en función del tipo de cambio de ese día. Solo asegúrese de ingresar una nota / descripción para recordarle la transacción. Déjame guiarte cómo.

Aquí están los pasos de cómo agregar manualmente una tasa de cambio para completar la transacción: 

  1. Crea la factura o factura como de costumbre. 
  2. Seleccione el campo Moneda en el campo Nombre de cliente o proveedor. 
  3. Introduzca el tipo de cambio. 
  4. Cuando se le solicite, elija Solo para esta transacción o para Todas las transacciones en esta moneda para esta fecha. 
  5. Clic en Guardar.

Para saber más acerca de las monedas múltiples, puedes consultar este artículo: About Multi-currency.

Eso debería ponerte en marcha, enocmurillo. Déjame saber cómo va dejando un comentario a continuación. Siempre estoy cerca cuando necesites más ayuda.

Descargo de responsabilidad: tenga en cuenta que esta publicación está originalmente escrita en inglés. He traducido esto en español usando nuestro traductor de google.

Hello there, enocmurillo,

You can add a currency per client. If your client pays using another currency, you can manually calculate its amount based on the exchange rate that day. Just make sure to enter a memo/description to remind you of the transaction. Let me guide you how.

Here are the steps how to manually add an exchange rate to complete the transaction:

  1. Create the invoice or bill as usual.
  2. Select the Currency field under the Customer or Vendor name field.
  3. Enter the exchange rate.
  4. When prompted, choose either Only for this transaction or for All transactions in this currency for this date.
  5. Click Save.

To know more about Multi-currency, you can check out this article: About Multi-currency.

That should get you going, enocmurillo. Let me know how it goes by leaving a comment below. I'm always around whenever you need further assistance.

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