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This Blank Commercial Invoice Template was originally published on office-kit.com as c7004 and is now revised and published here on InvoicingTemplate.com. It differs from the original in that this version includes a logo image on the top of the form.
This Blank Commercial Invoice Template formats prices with US dollars currency symbols.
The template c7015 Commercial Invoice for Export in Excel was published on December 2013 here on InvoicingTemplate.com, which was originally published on office-kit.com as a sample of using custom fields. This template c7037 has exactly the same number of fields as c7015, and the layout of the fields are similar too. This means that, if you use Uniform Invoice Software, the databases of the two templates are interchangeable.
By installing Uniform Invoice Software, this pure-Excel spreadsheet commercial invoice format could be a complete invoicing tool for customs declaration.
While the template at c9002 Commercial Invoice - FedEx Style implemented the layout and fields as the FedEx sample, many of you may find that the space left for the product description field is too small to fill your description text. To deal with this issues, we change the paper orientation from "Portrait" to "Landscape". This design allows you to enter longer description text. However the form has only 7 lines on the detail section now.
This invoice template provides 3 columns on the invoice form - Date, Description and Amount. The Amount here is a manually fillable field. A notary is a lawyer or person with legal training who is licensed by the government to perform acts in legal affairs, in particular witnessing signatures on documents. The form that the notarial profession takes varies with local legal systems. A notary public (or notary or public notary) of the common law is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in non-contentious matters usually concerned with estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and foreign and international business. As a general rule, on the invoice that you write out for your client, line-item each charge and expense along with each fee for performing a notarial act. Clearly state what each charge, expense and notary fee is for and the amount that you are charging for each item. If your first contact with the client is by phone, provide the same information to him that you will write on the invoice to present to him in person and have him agree to the charges before you provide services as a notary. When you present your invoice to the client, you may wish to have him sign it to show that he agrees with the charges and understands the purpose of each line-itemed charge. Some Notaries provide services that, in addition to authorized notarial acts, include other non-notarial aspects of the job assignment. Or, a notary can incur expenses associated with performing a notarial act. When invoicing a client for notarial services, the notary would like to invoice for any other charges and expenses as well. ALWAYS discuss your fees with the client before you perform any service. It is unwise and could be seen as unethical for you to wait to tell your client about your fees until after your services are performed. Always give clients the chance, up front, to accept or decline your fees.
Like most other invoicing templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, with the original Commercial Invoicing Template the company/business headings and the big "INVOICE" label are all general Excel cells. They differs from the other text labels on the spreadsheet with only font size and colors. With this customized design - Commercial Invoice Template with Colorful Business Name, they are replaced with text box and a litter bit of word art is also added. Suddenly, the original general commercial invoicing form looks bright and shines.
Setting a different font style and size is in fact very easy and quick in Microsoft Excel. All you need to do is to unprotect the "Invoice" worksheet, select the cell or cells you want to set font type for, and then right-click one of the selected cells and choose Format Cells from the shortcut menu to bring up the Format Cells dialog box.
If you use the freeware edition of this invoice template, you may find there is no much difference between this invoice template and the default sales invoice template shipped with Uniform Invoice Software. The only difference appears outside the printable area on the center of the form, where you can find a Product Category column near the invoice body.
The 4 columns on the service detail section are "Description", "Hours", "Price" and "Total", where "Total" is calculated automatically from "Hours" and "Price" using Excel formula. While Microsoft Word and even Adobe Photoshop / AI is able to create beautiful invoicing forms too, Microsoft Excel wins when you need to do calculations.
While in the Estimate Templates gallery we've already published several templates that could be used for estimating and quoting purpose, like the General Estimate Template and Telecom Consultant Estimation Template, this template differs from other in the number of columns and the layout of the form itself.
The "ITEM#" column placed on the left-most column of the worksheet is functional if you have Uniform Invoice Software installed. On creating a receipt or invoice, you enter the Item# / SKU# / barcode# into this cell, the corresponding description and unit price is automatically retrieved from the backend database. This saves you time and prevent typo errors. This feature is called "in-cell lookup" in Uniform Invoice Software. You can turn this feature on or off on the "In-cell lookup" page of the "Settings" dialog box.