*Question:*

*I need to receive frames from a supplier located in a different country. I need to pay this supplier in a currency other than the one we use in this country. How do I do the data entry in WINK?*

**Assumptions:**

- You operate a store in Canada
- You are receiving frames from a supplier in France.
- The invoice from the supplier in question has 3 frames on it, each frame is 100 euros, therefore the invoice total is 300 euros

**Process:**

- On the paper invoice itself, you will write in blue pen:
- Your bank’s exchange rate of the day (assume 1.50)
- The value of each frame in Canadian dollars (therefore $150)
- If applicable, the value of other invoice items in Canadian dollars (ie: shipping charges)
- The total of your invoice in Canadian dollars (therefore $450)

- In WINK, click on “Receive from Supplier” >> New
- Fill out this page as usual. Enter your values in Canadian dollars
- The total of this electronic supplier bill should match the total you calculated and wrote in blue pen on the paper version of the invoice itself.
- In the Notes section of Supplier Bill you should type:
- Original invoice in : EUR
- Original value in other currency: 300 euros
- Exchange rate at time of data entry: 1.50

**Conclusion:**

- Your accountant will pay the supplier in France 100 euros for the 3 frames in question, for a total of 300 euros
- In WINK, each frame will have a value of 150 dollars, for a total of $450.

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