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[WOOCS Labs] Show exchange rate or Second Currency on WooCommerce PDF Invoices & Packing Slips by E. Fernhout

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I am using WOOCS.

I am trying to display either an exchange rate, or a second currency somewhere within the invoice.

I am trying to do this by customizing a template and trying to use WOOCS variables, but to no avail.

Preferably, I’d do something like:

<td class=”price”><?php echo $item[‘order_price’]; ?></td>
<td class=”price”><?php echo $WOOCS[‘exchange_rate’]; ?></td>
<td class=”price”><?php echo $WOOCS[‘second_currency’]; ?></td>

Would this be possible?

What would be the best way to show the conversion rate? By applying a filter? A hook?

Alternatively, can I simply print the value in the second currency (updated with exchange rate) as a second price?

Thank you in advance!


This is not a LABS - This is a customization of the code. this article is not suitable for you -

All  functions -

To  get the rate

global $WOOCS;


$rate = $currencies['EUR']['rate'];



Thank you very much, this worked! :)