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There's a nice platform with all the top currenncy exchanges: https://changevisor.com/ . All you need to do is to use the table to choose which exchanger suits your needs best. Always works great for me.
I don't think you can change between Spanish/English based on who signed in (although, that's a really neat idea that would be useful for sure) but you can definitely change the tax and currency. Change currency by going to Manager - Setup - Setup Screen - Then click "Invoice Settings" then page 2. There's an option for secondary currency description and exchange rate.
The c1, c2, & c3 are for exchange rates. To set the c2 exchange rate press AC. Press the MODE M/EX button till EXCH appears in the display. Press and hold the SET/% button for a few seconds until SET EXCH appears in the screen. Press c2, C2 SET EXCH RATE should be displayed. Enter the desired echange rate. For instance, today, Thai Baht is 32.8677. Once you enter your desired exchange rate, press the SET/% button.
To convert 100 dollars using the exchange rate you set on c2, make sure that EXCH is in the display by toggling the MODE M/EX button. Press AC, enter 100, press c1 then c2. Using 32.8677 as the exchange rate 100 dollars would be 3286.77 THB.
To convert 100 THB to dollars you would enter 100, then press c2 and then c1 yeilding 3.04 dollars.
You can also program a different exchange rate into the C3 button. To convert to that currency, you press c1 then c3. To convert from that currency, you press c3 then c1.
rind the exchange rate, perhaps at a site such as: http://www.x-rates.com/ so, for example, 1 euro is apparently worth 1.4765 US$ at the moment. if you have 13.82 US$ divide by 1.4765 to get 9.36 euro. if you had 32.00 euro then multiply by 1.4765 to come up with 47.25 US$
When you press the [M/EX] key, it toggles between conversion mode and memory mode. You will see "EXCH" on the display when in conversion mode. C1, C2, and C3 are three conversion rates. C1 is your home country currency, and so it is always set to 1. C2 and C3 are rates for two other countries, which you can change. For example, if you want to set a conversion rate of $1 to 0.95 euros, here is what you would do (using C1 for US dollars and C2 for euros): 1. Press [AC] 2. Hold [SET/%] for about two seconds until "SET" appears 3. Press [C2] to select currency 2 4. Input the conversion rate (0.95) and then press [SET/%] to store it in memory You can check the currently set rate at any time by pressing [AC] and then [C2].
How do I perform a currency conversion?
If you want to convert 100 euros to US dollars, you would do the following (assuming you are using C1 for US dollars and C2 for euros): 1. Press [AC] 2. Enter 100 and then press [C2] 3. Press [C1] to convert to dollars 4. To convert back to euros again, press [C2] You can also perform a currency conversion within a calculation. How much in US dollars would five items selling at 100 euros cost? 1. Press [AC] 2. Enter 5 [×] 100 and then press [C2] 3. Press [C1] [=]