Defining Currency Denominations. So in this video we are going to go through how you can add your currency denominations and define what ones that we accept or that we take in our business. If you are in a cash business you may want the tellers to count the denominations either during transactions or just at the end of day for closing. So how can we do that? Let’s go down to our drop down over here and we want to select denominations. Once that’s brought up all of our denominations that we accept we can now add, delete, edit any of these that we need to. Already in our system we have Canadian $100 bills, $50, $20, $10, $5 and then $2.00 coins, $1.00 coin and all of the coins that we can accept. We also have Euros and we have Mexican and US. So let’s add a new currency. Let’s add a new currency denomination. So on your toolbar you click on new and we need to type in the currency code. So for this example we’ll use Australian Dollars. So AUD is the code and we can click on tab. Once that brings that down it is bringing up Australian Dollars and we need to enter in the denominations that we take. That you want to take.
So let’s say there is a $100 bill we can hit enter or return or we can click on save. Once we do that you will see that the $100 has come down to the already defined column. So we know that we can now go onto the next, so it has already been saved for us. If we are already unsure about what denominations that Australian Dollars actually come in we can click on this button on the side and look up in Wikipedia. Once we click here it takes us to the Wikipedia site for Australian Dollars. And then on this site you can see scrolling down to the right it actually shows us what bank notes that they take, that they have and what coins that they have. You can use this information as we add in our denominations in our system.
So we’ve already done the $100 bill. So it is also showing that they have $50 bills and we can hit enter or return. And $20, $10 and $5. Let’s say that we also want to take the coins, some of the coins. Let’s do the $2.00 coin. We now need to check the box is a coin. And then enter. And we also will take the $1.00 coin as well. If we do want to take anything that is less than a dollar the system will automatically assume that it is a coin so you don’t need to select it when it is under a $1.00. So now you will see that we have already defined all of these down here. Now we need to get back out of the screen. So how do we do that? We don’t hit save because the system is showing 0 as denomination and there is no such denomination. So we just have to click cancel because they have already saved the defined denominations to the left. So we click cancel and you will see that they have all been saved. I am just going to open up the $100 bill again. So let’s click Edit. And let’s say for example they are very rare and we don’t exactly know what they look like. So you want all of your tellers to be able to compare it to a picture to know that they have the right one. So again, on this Wikipedia website there just happens to be some pictures of the bills. And I just want to show you that we can actually save a picture into our system so we can show people. So we’re going to get this picture up and we can right click and we copy the image. Then when we go back to our currency in this big square right here we can command or control V, which is pasting a picture. And now we have that under our $100 bill. And we need to just save that.
Save. And you will see that that image is now attached to the $100 Australian bill. So you can always reference that.
Let’s open it up again. I just want to show you one more section. You can also put a URL so a website in this box right here. That can take you to any kind of information about that bill as well. And then once that is saved under here you can now click on the go to URL and it will take you to that website, that URL that will give you that information on that bill. But we are not going to do that. I just wanted to show you that is possible. And that is how you add your denominations.