Troubleshooting: Sales Unit Price does not follow standard selling price

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Question : I have maintained stock item with standard selling price RM 137.00. I didn’t maintain any price book. But why when I issue invoice to foreign debtor, it shows another price?

Version : 1.8 / 1.9 / 2.0

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Possible Reason :

You have enabled the option of “Auto convert Sales/Purchase Price based on Currency Rate”.

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Notes : When “Auto Convert Sales Price or Purchase Price Based on Currency Rate” is enabled, the system will calculate the price as below:

Standard Selling Price / Document Currency Rate
137 / 4.1 = 33.41

Solution :

To disable it, go to Tools > Options > Invoicing > Auto Price, and uncheck “Auto Convert Sales Price or Purchase Price Based on Currency Rate”, then click on OK.

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Now when you create new Invoice, the unit price will be 137.00 (your maintained unit price).

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By : Aimi 190329, Lay Swan 190507, P190508

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