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.
The template has a default Logo image on the top-left corner. This is a placeholder for your own logo image. To replace it with your own logo, first switch to design mode and then right-click the default image and choose Properties. Click the button on the "Picture" line, choose the image want to use on this Packing List Template.
On the bottom of the form, you'll find the usual "Subtotal", "Discount" and "Total" fields. There is also the "Last Balance" field and the "Total Due" cell. The "Last Balance" cell has its field name set to "oknAccountBalance", which is filled whenever you fill in the quotation form / estimation form with an existing client by using the on-sheet picker button, you by enter the client# into the "Customer#" cell (also located outside of the printable quotation form, at $U$2). See Invoice with Previous Balance (Sales) and Invoice with Previous Balance (Service) for more information on how to show previous balance on the form. The "Total Due" is the sum of the previous account balance and the total of the current quotation.
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 template c5009 offers a sample for creating a sales invoice template that supports multiple price levels. This invoice template c5113 is an updated version of c5009. Here we implement a drop-down list for you to choose a price level on creating invoices.
This general purpose price quote template in Microsoft Excel spreadsheet format is a slightly modified version of the General Estimate Template. With this form design all fields and columns are manually editable, except the subtotal, tax and total fields that are calculated using Excel formulas.
If you items are always taxable or not taxable, you may find the additional taxable column redundant. If this is the case you can move all the taxable check boxes out of the printable invoice form. To do this, first switch to design mode by clicking the "Design Mode" button on the "Invoice" ribbon tab, and then select one tax box, or select all taxable boxes by push CTRL key on your keyboard and click each box. And then, you can drag the boxes out of the printable area.
Checkboxes can not only be used as in a column value, but also could be on the invoice header and invoice bottom. For another example of using checkboxes, refer to Medical Bill Sample (1) and Medical Bill Design (2). One thing to note for the Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) version is that, if you extract an invoice, the taxable checkboxes will be kept on the extracted version. This is implemented by naming the checkboxes with "oknWidget_" prefix. All the other objects that don't have "oknWidget_" prefix in their names, like the command buttons on the plumbing service invoice form, will be deleted when being extracted.
To change the default tax name and rate using Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software), simply click the "Settings" button on Excel worksheet, and then go to the "Taxes" tab. Be sure to save the workbook file by clicking Excel menu "File" and then "Save", so that your changes will be kept.
Once the template is in design mode, drag your mouse to select all the cells that you want to move, then push your mouse key down on the border of the selected area and without releasing the mouse key, drag the selected to its new location. It's that simple! Once finished, you need to click the "Design Mode" button on "Invoice" ribbon tab again to switch it off, so that Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) returns to its normal functional mode.
Although the feature set of a simple blank free invoice template is limited if you compared it with a fully featured invoicing software program, the advantage of a billing template is obvious - it is easy to use, and the intuitive interface help you create beautiful and professional invoices without a hard learning curve. If you are not ready for a complete invoicing software, such as Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software), and don't have enough budget spending on invoice service online, InvoicingTemplate.com offers this blank service billing template could be a great help. If you cannot find the one you like here on InvoicingTemplate.com, feel free to browse Microsoft Service invoice templates.