Excel Invoice Template With Product List is a sub-topic of Excel Invoicing Templates . Here are our templates closely related to Excel Invoice Template With Product List.
If you use the freeware version of our packing list template, there is no need to install Uniform Invoice Software. But if you need those advanced features, such as management of customers, products, invoices and payments, or want to be able to convert an invoice to a packing list, installing Uniform Invoice Software is necessary. The trial version of Uniform Invoice Software works for 30 days, within this period you can test it to see if it meets your business requirements.
This template defines all the required fields of a valid invoice on the spreadsheet form, such as your own business information, "invoice#" and "invoice date", a "Bill To" section, payment term, tax and totals. There are also 2 special fields that don't appear on general invoices - "Requisition #" and "Work Order #". They are two custom fields defined in the "InvHdr" database table.
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.
However the support for custom fields in Uniform Invoice Software 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.
Due to this difference, it is important to clearly identify the document type on the header - whether it is a quote or an estimate. It is also useful, at least in some business areas, to include an expiry date on the document, if your prices are subject to change on the time. In this sample, we added it as a custom field "ExpiryDate". This field is defined as "text (100)" in the backend Access database, and the corresponding cell is named "oknExpiryDate" on the top quote form.
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.
In order to create this template - "General Purchase Billing Template (Service, One Tax)", we moved out the shipping address fields out of the "Print_Area" range. In Excel spreadsheet documents, the range name "Print_Area" defines what part of the sheet to print when you issue the print command. If the name "Print_Area" is not defined, the whole sheet will be printed; otherwise, only the range defined by the "Print_Area" name will be printed. Put it in other words, it defines what area is the printable invoicing form.