I just noticed what I consider a major flaw in the PO creation process. We set a supplier as being paid in USD, but our store is based on Omani Riyals. So we set our cost in OMR and PO gets created in OMR. Our supplier does not deal in OMR so this is either going to get rejected by them because it indicates intent to pay in a different currency than what they specified or it is going to create confusion on the supplier end. Are we doing something wrong?
I'm sorry but the free version of Purchase Orders only supports one currency (the one configured in your WooCommerce settings). FYI, we are currently developing a Purchase Orders premium add-on that will support distinct currencies per PO and much more.
Further more, I just noticed that it also adds VAT to the PO, this is an order from a supplier out of country. VAT is not supposed to be included in the purchase order.
The POs are actually using the same taxes configuration you have set in your WooCommerce settings but based on your shop base country. But with the PO premium add-on I mentioned above, you'll be able to set up distinct taxes per PO.