Multi Currency in Tally Prime in Tamil


Term Definition Multi-currency system refers to accounting software that enables trading in multiple currencies, which facilitates buying and selling internationally. In today's global marketplace, companies have a need to do business in foreign and multiple currencies. Many European countries have had to adapt to dealing with the Euro, as well as their domestic currency.

Create a Currency:

  • You can create a currency and use it as your base or foreign currency. You can set preferences like currency symbol and decimal places accordingly when creating or altering a currency.

1. Go to Gateway of Tally Masters > Create > Currency > Create New.

Currency Creation

2. Enter the currency Symbol field. This symbol appears in your reports, wherever applicable.
3. Press Enter to save.

Transactions


1. Go to Gateway of Tally prime > voucher > purchase > alt +c .
2. Enter the party's Name .
3. Select sundry creditors as the group name in the field Under .
4. Select D$ as the currency of ledger .
5. The Ledger Creation screen appears as shown below:

Richard Ledger

6.Press Enter to save.
7. Go to Gateway of Tally prime > voucher> Purchase>Alt+ C > Create .
8. Enter the Stock Name .
9. Select stock in Hand as the group name in the field Under .

Led Mointor

10.Press Enter to save.


Forex gain:


11.Go to Gateway of Tally prime > Alter >voucher Types > journal.
12.Enter the Name of class Name .

Forx Gain

13.Press Enter to save.
14.Voucher> journal (F7)> forex gain.

Journal Voucher Type
Profit&loss Journal

Sales:


1. Go to Gateway of Tally prime > voucher > Sales > alt +c.
2. Enter the party's Name .
3. Select sundry Debtors as the group name in the field Under .
4. Select € as the currency of ledger.
5. The Ledger Creation screen appears as shown below:


Mike Henry Ledger

6.Press Enter to save.

Henry Mike Sales

7.Go to Gateway of Tally prime > Alter >voucher Types > journal.
8.Enter the Name of class Name .

Journal Voucher

9.Press Enter to save.

Henry Forxloss

Profit & loss:


Profit Loss

Balance sheet:

balancesheet