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This plugin makes it possible to translate the ledger and group names in multiple languages. It is already possible to choose different languages for the interface (the buttons). But this plugin makes it possible to do the accounting in different languages. Per user you can select a language, so the user can account in his/her own language. The set of books can be viewed in different languages, therefore it is possible an employee enters information into an English Set of Books and a bookkeeper, auditor, etc. can see the set of books in a set language, e.g. Afrikaans, Dutch, etc.

The following languages are (by default) installed and launched - depending on your selection when installing TurboCASH5.

Should you have selected the incorrect language when installing TurboCASH5, you may select the language applicable to your country.

The TurboCASH interface will display in the selected language (Start → Switch language). Depending on your country / language installation of TurboCASH, the specific language / country language have already been set for each Set of Books. (Setup → Access control).

When opening a Set of Books, it will automatically load the language file. All screens, reports and layout files are translatable via the language files.

It will display the tax terminology for the selected country e.g. en-South-Africa will display VAT, af-Afrikaans will display BTW, en-Australia and en-New-Zealand will display GST, en-American will display Sales Tax, etc.

The following options are available to change the language:

1.Set the global language: StartSwitch language and select the correct language for your country, state, province, etc.  

2.Set the language for a specific Set of Books: Setup → Access control - System language field on the Standard security tab.

Languages may also be customised in Setup → Tools → Customise language.

List of all available languages

Language files

English

Spanish

French

English (Default language file)

Español

Français

en-American

es-Argentina

fr-Benin

en-Australia

es-Chile

fr-Burkina

en-Bangladesh

es-Ecuador

fr-C-African-Rep

en-Barbados

es-ElSalvador

fr-Cameroun

en-Belize

es-Honduras

fr-Comores

en-Botswana

es-Mexico

fr-France

en-Cameroon

es-Panama

fr-Gabon

en-Ireland

es-Paraguay

fr-Guinee

en-Isle-of-Man

es-Peru

fr-Haiti

en-Lesotho

es-Spain

fr-Mali

en-Malawi

es-Uruguay

fr-Maurice

en-Malta

es-Venezuela

fr-Niger

en-Mauritius

Other languages

fr-Rep-Congo

en-Namibia

af-Afrikaans

fr-Rwanda

en-New-Zealand

de-German

fr-Senegal

en-Rwanda

German

fr-Tchad

en-South-Africa

et-Estonian

fr-Vanuatu

en-Tanzania

hr-Bosnia

Portuguese

en-Tonga

hr-Croatia

Portuguese

en-Trinandad

hr-Montenegro

pt-Angola

en-Uganda

id-Indonesia

pt-Brazil

en-UK

it-Italian

pt-Cabo Verde

en-Zambia

lt-Lithuanian

pt-Guiné-Bissau

en-Zimbabwe

nl-Nederlands

pt-Moçambique



sl-Slovenian

pt-Portugal

Turkish

sv-Sweden

pt-São Tomé

tr-Cyprus

sv-Swedish

pt-Timor Leste

tr-Marcedonia

sw-Swahili



tr-Turkey

xh-Xhosa



ar-Arabic

el-Cyprus

el-Greece

th-Thai

List of Tax terminology for the English languages

English (Default language file) refers to Tax. If you select the following English languages, it will refer to the following tax terminology:

English VAT

English GST

English Sales Tax / Consumption Tax

en-Bangladesh

en-Australia

en-American (Sales Tax)

en-Barbados

en-Belize

en-Tonga (Consumption Tax)

en-Botswana

en-New-Zealand



en-Cameroon





en-Ireland





en-Isle-of-Man





en-Lesotho





en-Malawi





en-Malta





en-Mauritius





en-Namibia





en-Rwanda





en-South-Africa





en-Tanzania





en-Trinidad





en-Uganda





en-UK





en-Zambia





en-Zimbabwe





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