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Use this window to specify values for a conversion differences template.

To open the window, choose   Financials   Conversion Differences  .

After defining the template, you can view it in the Conversion Differences window.

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This topic documents fields and other elements in this window that either are not self-explanatory or require additional information.

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Selection Criteria
Business Partner

Select to calculate conversion differences for business partners. When this checkbox is cleared, all other fields pertaining to business partner selection criteria are not displayed.


Opens the Properties window, where you specify the required selection of properties. Your choices appear in the field next to this button.

G/L Accounts

Select to calculate conversion differences for G/L accounts. If the checkbox is cleared, the fields related to G/L accounts selection criteria are not displayed.

The X column indicates a selected account or title.

  • To select/clear accounts, click in the relevant row.

  • To select/clear all rows, click the X appearing in the column header.

The Account column displays the codes and names of the accounts. View details of each account by using the link appearing next to its code and name.

Show Level

Choose the account level to display in the table.

Option 1 displays the highest level titles of the accounts. If you select a row in the table you actually select all the accounts appearing under this title.

Execution Date

Define the cut-off date for calculating conversion differences. Usually this is the end of the year or quarter.

Conv. Rate Gain Acct (A/R), Conv. Rate Loss Acct (A/R), Conv. Rate Gain Acct (A/P), Conv. Rate Loss Acct (A/P), Conv. Rate Gain Acct (G/L), Conv. Rate Loss Acct (G/L)

Specify which of the conversion differences accounts should be applied when the automatic journal transaction is executed.

The accounts are divided into gain and loss accounts and used accordingly.

You can define different or identical accounts for customers, vendors, and accounts.

Data Side

Specify whether to calculate the conversion differences for the gain side, loss side, or both sides.

Previous Report

Choose to view saved recommendation report.