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|Picture 5.24 : Currency settings|
You can have two currencies in use at a time in the Administration Interface and the Webshop: the primary currency and the secondary currency. The default currency is euro, but it can be changed.
Changing the primary currency
Enter the three-lettered currency code for the desired currency (e.g. EUR, GBP) in the Currency code field. From the drop down menu, select how many decimals are shown in the Administration Interface and the Webshop.
Defining the secondary currency
Enter the secondary currency's exchange rate to the primary currency in the Exchange rate field. Enter the three-lettered currency code of the desired currency (e.g. EUR, GBP) in the Currency code field.
From the 'Used in management' drop down menu you can choose if the Administration Interface uses only the primary currency or both the primary and the secondary currency to display prices. From the 'Used In the shop' drop down menu you can choose how the prices will be displayed in the Webshop.
Currency label is the text that is used for displaying prices. For example "$" or "eur".
From this dropdown you can define, how many decimals are used when rounding prices.
From this dropdown you can define how many decimals are displayed in product prices.
Note well that these accuracy and rounding settings apply only to showing values in the secondary currency; settings affecting the primary currency can be found in the money settings page.
From this drop down you can select the decimal separator you want to use when displaying prices.
Currencies symbol position
You can select symbol position of primary and secondary currencies. If you select 'before', symbol will be before the price, if 'after', than after price.
Once you have made all the changes, click the Accept button. After saving, you will see preview, that shows how currencies will look in a admin interface and in shop.