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Currency format according to the currency type

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experts,

I have a report that is in difference currencies.
I want the currency to format according to the currency indicated (ie Euro, NOK, GBP...).
I have a currency table within the db that is used to convert to USD.  
I am using access 2010.  

Is there a solution to this within 2010 or does this have to be specially coded?  

thank you.
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It has to specially coded.
You must store the values together with information about the currency for each record.
Then, in your report, you can use the info about currency to label the amount.

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Ok thank you
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You are welcome!

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