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Adding functional currencies to GETRATES.AVB

Adding functional currencies to GETRATES.AVB

Adding functional currencies to GETRATES.AVB

(OP)
Saw a thread from 2012 with the same subject as above.

Was working to add JPY exchange rates to GETRATES.AVB macro but after errors realized that it appears the website (http://fx.sauder.ubc.ca/today.html) only handles USD, CAD, and EUR translations.

Am I missing anything? It appears my JPY efforts may be futile using this website.

How do most people handle nowadays? Tairox update service? Macro with a different website?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Adding functional currencies to GETRATES.AVB

JPY is there, but if you want something reliable then Tairox is the way to go.

Sage 300 Certified Consultant

RE: Adding functional currencies to GETRATES.AVB

(OP)
Let me restate--it looks like this macro reads the column name downwards. Since the website only has columns for USD, CAD, and EUR translations, those are the only home currencies I can use the macro for. If I want to use currencies from the first column as home currencies and then convert back to USD, I'd have to completely redesign the macro, correct?

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