Want an invoice template that is not only good, but also cool, like those made using InDesign, Photoshop? Our designer invoice templates are in Microsoft Excel format, but as great and beautiful as what a professional designer or artist needs.
All the samples below are unprotected. So you can either use them directly, or apply your own design ideas to our forms.
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For example, with Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) installed it is easier to find out all outstanding invoices and bills. Simply click the "Invoices" button on either the ribbon tab, or on the "Invoice" worksheet, a list of all invoices shows with pending (not paid) invoices marked with special colors. To find the ones that belongs to a particular customers, on the "Search Bar" choose "Customer Name" (or any other criteria available), choose the search operator such as "Start with", "Contains" or "End with", and then enter in the search keyword - as the names of the search operators suggest, you can enter only part of the customer name.
Like the other watermark-enabled templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, the watermark shows only printed invoices and PDF invoices. You can find more samples like this at designer invoice templates. While Microsoft Excel itself does not produce beautiful images and photos, by using the result of Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop, it is possible to create eye-catching designs using Excel. On the other hand, with Excel you can easily do calculations using formulas, not to mention other powerful features offered by Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software), such as automatic invoice numbering.
Here on InvoicingTemplate.com we provide nothing else but only free invoice templates in Microsoft Excel, although a PDF fillable invoice and proposal template is also provided along with each Excel spreadsheet template. Use our business invoices to bill your clients, which give your small business a polished and professional look. Easily customize this template and the others by using built-in Excel colors and themes, adding your own logo and business information.
The whole sheet adopts a "Blue" color theme. With Excel's new themed color management, you can easily change it by firstly switch to Design Mode, and then go to the "Page Layout" tab. Play with the options inside the "Themes" group, such as "Themes", "Colors", "Fonts" and "Effects". You may find it is so easy to change the look and feel of the entire form with just a few mouse clicks.
All templates on InvoicingTemplate.com are professional and beautiful templates that are full editable layered pure-Excel spreadsheets. Our templates don't use macros and are not protected with passwords so that you can use all existing Excel tools to customize it - colors, fonts, borders, shapes, word arts, images, and more. Most of our templates, including this design, are printable on standard A4 paper.
The template includes 9 columns. The first two columns are titled with "PACKAGE", under which two columns allows you to enter number of packages, and the package type that is implemented as a drop-down list with 3 options - "BOX", "S.BOX" and "GUDDI". Followed are the columns "BOX No.", "Description", "Per", "Quantity", "Unit Price", "Line Total" and "LESS".
This Excel payment voucher template contains 4 fields on the bottom of the voucher form, there are Discount, Total, Advance, and Balance. Both "Discount" and "Advance" are manually editable fields. "Total" is calculated from the sum of all the line totals subtracted by discount; "Balance" is calculated from Total subtracted by "Advance". If you prefer a voucher template that does not have the advance field, take a look at Cash Payment Voucher Template.
The columns are titled with "Hours" and "Hourly Rate". However we didn't change the underlying database field names. So in the underlying database, which could be either Microsoft Access or Microsoft SQL Server, the corresponding fields are still "Quantity" and "Unit Price". Nearly all invoice templates created for hours worked take the same approach. The purpose of this is to simplify database design. Likewise, the field titled with "Work Description" is in face the "Notes" field in the underlying database.
As an Excel spreadsheet template, we use Excel formulas to calculate subtotal, tax and total. For example, for the subtotal field, the Excel formula assigned to the subtotal field is "=SUM(oknLinetotal_1:oknLinetotal_22)". This is one of the big advantages of using Excel spreadsheet templates. While you can create beautiful and professional forms too using Microsoft Word, Publisher, PowerPoint or even Adobe Photoshop, it is much easier when you need to do some calculations. This ability, combined with custom fields (user-defined fields) supported by Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software), resulting extremely flexible form designs, as you can see from the samples online here on InvoicingTemplate.com. Or see the PDF quotation sample to find out what it will like when your customer receive the quotation created using UIS.
This labor billing format for Excel is in Microsoft Excel spreadsheet "xlsx" format. A PDF format is also generated using Excel, including the document for this template. If you have Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) installed, the invoicing software app is able to create PDF invoice automatically and send to your clients with simple mouse clicks.
As you can see from this simple invoice template sample, it is pretty easy to customize the billing form with the help of Excel of Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software). Although not as big and complicated as some accounting and billing systems, such as QuickBooks, Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) does provide its unique features that help you to create beautiful and professional invoice (see the PDF version too), receipt and statement.
On the other hand, the main content of the "Product" report is retrieved from the invoice body database table, adding the fields of the invoice header table to the invoice body table will create many redundant data, as they must be repeated for each item. One exception though - the definition of invoice body items must include the invoice# (InvoiceID) field, since it is the primary key of the invoice header table that identifies each uniquely.