Al, are you saying that you would put the Euro amount in 29 and not 27a?
From page 4 -
Items 26 and 27. Total Cash In/Total Cash Out. In the
spaces provided, enter the total amount of currency
received (Total Cash In) or total currency disbursed (Total
Cash Out) by the financial institution. If foreign currency
is exchanged, use the U.S. dollar equivalent on the day
of the transaction (See “Foreign exchange rates”), and
complete item 26a or 27a, whichever is appropriate.
If less than a full dollar amount is involved, increase that
figure to the next highest dollar. For example, if the
currency totals $20,000.05, show the total as $20,001.00.
Items 26a and 27a. Foreign cash in/Foreign cash out.
If foreign currency is exchanged, enter the amount of
foreign currency (Do not convert to U.S. dollars) in items
26a and 27a. Report country of origin in item 29.
Don't make me say, "I told you so!" Sincerely, your friendly Compliance Officer.