(EEUR) Set up monetary unit declensions [AX 2012]

Updated: October 16, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > Currency > Currencies.

  2. Press CTRL+N to create the currency that your company uses, and enter the required details.

    NoteNote

    For more information, see "Currencies (form)" in Applications and Business Processes Help.

  3. Click Declension to open the Monetary unit declensions form.

  4. In the Language field, select the language for which to populate the declension fields for currency units.

  5. In the Name of units field group, in the Singular nominative field, enter the currency name in the singular nominative.

  6. In the Plural nominative field, enter the currency name in the plural nominative.

  7. In the Singular genitive field, enter the currency name in the singular genitive.

  8. In the Plural genitive field, enter the currency name in the plural genitive.

    NoteNote

    The Singular genitive and Plural genitive fields are available, depending on the language that you select in the Language field.

  9. In the Name of parts field group, in the Singular nominative field, enter the name of the fractional currency in the singular nominative.

  10. In the Plural nominative field, enter the name of the fractional currency in the plural nominative.

  11. In the Singular genitive field, enter the name of the fractional currency in the singular genitive.

  12. In the Plural genitive field, enter the name of the fractional currency in the plural genitive.

  13. In the Shortcut name of units field, enter the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) code that identifies the currency. For example, enter LTL to identify Litas.

  14. In the Shortcut name for parts field, enter the shortcut name for parts of the currency.

  15. Select the Conjunction 'and' between units and parts check box to print the conjunction "and" between units and parts. For example, the amount LTL 100.20 is displayed as "100 Litas and 20 Centas" on invoices or reports.

  16. Press CTRL+S or close the form.

Note Note

This data is used when reports and primary forms are printed. The code for the invoice currency is printed if the invoice currency differs from the default currency of the company.


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