Canadian & US Currencies

how do I combine the US$ and CAN$ currencies into one on "Reports"

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  • smayer97smayer97 SuperUser
    What version of Quicken (BTW you may want to update your profile to include that info ;) )
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  • You can't do that. See my post from Feb 16. I called support twice to get two different people confirming it's not possible. When the first support person realized this he said "this is ridiculous, I can't believe the developers did this. I will write a case to them but you need to complain on the Quicken Community." This is a major step backward for Quicken 2019. All previous versions of Quicken did this seamlessly. All I can suggest is to complain and ask for a fix asap. I would not have converted to Quicken 2019 if I knew this in advance.

    The only thing you can do is run a monthly category report which will give you a summary and the detail of all your transactions. It will come out in Canadian first and USD second. Export it to a CSV. Create a cell with the average exchange rate for the month, multiply that by the USD transactions then add it to the Canadian dollars. Now you have a report created in Excel which looks terrible so you'll have to reformat it. I can't imagine any manager on the development team thinking this is a good solution. 
  • smayer97smayer97 SuperUser
    Again, what version of Quicken are you using? QMac does NOT support true multi-currency but QWin does. 
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    (STILL using QM2007, Canadian user since '92)
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