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Since August 4, 2013, Excel Invoice Manager was renamed to Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software). Here is the version history of Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software).
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Excel Invoice Manager is a sub-topic of Excel Invoicing Templates . Here are our templates closely related to Excel Invoice Manager.
In addition to the required "Bill To" section, this form design has a section for "Job Information", including fields like "Job Name", "Subdivision" and "Lot No.", making it easy to further detail the project to bill, such spec homes, custom homes, room additions, outdoor living (decks, patios, and retaining walls), and remodeling.
Although the invoice template includes fields for shipping information, the body part has columns titled with "Hours" and "Rate/Hour". If you don't like these two headings, you can easily change them to Quantity and Unit Price by simply unprotect the Invoice worksheet and then type in your own text labels. However these are not the interesting parts of this invoice template. The special point of this invoice template is that it includes a Tax column, which shows the tax amount calculated based on tax rate (specified on the bottom of the form), line total and status of the "Taxable" checkbox.
However the support for custom fields in Invoice Manager for Excel makes overcoming this limitation easy and quick. What you need to do is to add the custom field "Product Category" to the invoice body database table, and then name a column of cells where you want to display the category when creating an invoice - in this sample, we don't want to show product category on printed invoices, so the product category column is defined outside the printable area.
The discount level number of a customer and the discounted prices of the selected invoicing items, although appear on the invoice form when you create an invoice, they will not be included in the printed hard copy of an invoice or the extracted invoice that you sent to your customer. This happens because all these fields are placed outside the printable area, which is the area that will get printed when you issue the "Print" command in Excel. You can find more examples at blank invoice templates and printable invoice templates.
The sample template shows the pet photo next to the "Bill To" section. The formula looks like this:
The $A$20 cell calculates full folder path of the current invoice. The "CONCATENATE" formula combines this path, the subfolder name "\dogs\", the customer ID, a hyphen, the I21 cell (which is the pet name, and the file extension ".jpg", to construct the full path name of the photo image file. So for example, if the receipt template is stored in the "c:\MyInvoices" folder, the customer ID is "c1001", and the dog name is "Apple", then the image that will be shown is "c:\MyInvoices\dogs\c1001-apple.jpg. See the screenshot to find out how it looks when the pet photo is displayed.
The tax names are set to its default values, "TAX1" and "TAX2". To change the tax names and rates, simply unprotect the "Invoice" worksheet by clicking the "Unprotect Sheet" command in the "Review" Excel ribbon tab. All the templates here on InvoicingTemplate.com are protected by default. This is a good way to prevent modifications to the layout and formulas of the template. All editable / fillable cells are unlocked so that they are selectable and editable even when the spreadsheet is protected. To set / view the locking status of a cell, first unprotect the sheet, and then right-click the cell you want to set, choose Properties. On the "Protection" tab of the "Format Cells" dialog box, you'll find the "Locked" property. If this property is checked, the cell will not be editable / fillable when the sheet is protected.
Choosing a trustworthy babysitter or nanny is serious business and no parents will take lightly! Managing kids can be a challenge. One moment they're snuggling up for stories and introducing you to their imaginary friends. The next, they're biting their siblings and painting the new puppy purple. So save time on creating invoices by using our templates. This Babysitting Receipt Format (Happy Kids on Earth Style), like all the other templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, fully support Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software). Which means you can easily make this simple pure-Excel invoice template a powerful invoicing software system, utilizing the features such as automatic invoice numbering, management of clients, invoicing items, payments, and taxes and reporting.
If you have taken a look at the documents included in Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software), you knew that all Excel spreadsheet invoice samples here on InvoicingTemplate.com are created from the default sales invoice template shipped with Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software). If a field is not needed in a customized template, we simply move it out of the printable area.
On InvoicingTemplate.com we distinguish sales invoice template and service invoice template, which are the two major categories, with a simple rule - if a template contains shipping address section, it is seen as a sales invoice. The default template comes with the installer program of Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) is a sales invoicing template. This sample template, c2018 Blank Sales Format (No-tax), offers another style that includes no tax, suitable businesses that don't pay taxes, such as nonprofit and tax-exempt businesses. Note that be nonprofit and tax-exempt are not the same thing, but they are closely related. Nearly all organizations that are nonprofit wish to be tax-exempt as well, so the terms are often confused. Many charitable organizations, for example, are nonprofit organizations and are recognized by the federal government as being tax-exempt. But becoming nonprofit and becoming tax-exempt are different processes, done at different times (usually), and by different government agencies. A first important distinction to make is that granting nonprofit status is done by the state, while applying for tax-exempt designation (such as 501(c) (3), the charitable tax-exemption) is granted by the federal government in the form of the IRS.
The current UK VAT rate could be found on VAT rates - GOV.UK. For example if you are providing children's car seats and home energy, you should choose reduced rate at 5%; if the invoiced item is food or children's clothes, you should choose zero rate (0%).