Here are our templates closely related to Invoice Template Google Docs.
By default, Microsoft Excel shows all content of a cell on a single line. This is true no matter what the data type it holds - be it text, date or numeric value. To change this default behavior, simply enable the "Wrap Text" option. To do this, first you have to unprotect the sheet, and then drag your mouse to select all the cells for which you want to set the option for, and then right-click one of the selected cells, choose Properties from the shortcut menu. This shows the Format Cells dialog box. Go to the "Alignment" tab, on the Text Control section, you will see the "Wrap Text" option. Check it, and then click "OK". This way, Excel will wrap text automatically when necessary.
As a simple customized sample of VAT invoice created for Germany (See c4098 Sales Invoicing Format for Germany and Service Billing Template for Germany), we make the currency symbol shown for the appropriate cells. This customization is easy and simple. If you are interesting in the details, here is how.
The template has no tax set by default (the tax cells are hidden and not printable). With Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) installed, you can easily change it to one tax or two taxes, depending on your particular needs. Simply click the Settings button on the ribbon tab, and then go to the Taxes tab, choose your tax type (no tax, one tax, two taxes), enter the tax name such as VAT, and the rate, click Apply and you are done! With this flexibility, we can say this template is not only suitable for freelancer, limited company and also sole trader, whether they are VAT-registered or not.
Do you want to print your invoices on company letterhead / business letterhead papers? It is easy to do. This simple invoice template demonstrates how to customize a template so that it is suitable for letterhead papers.
For another invoice template sample that is designed for letterhead papers visit Simple Invoice Template for Letterhead Paper.
The definition of the database structure in Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) established the "one-to-many" relationship between the "Invoice Header" (i.e. "InvIndr") and "Invoice Body" (i.e. "InvBdy") database tables. This means that, for each record in the invoice header database table, there might be one or many items belong to it.
Most invoicing templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, which is usually an ActiveX control or an Office form control holding an image - by default, it shows just our web site domain name "InvoicingTemplate" or sometimes "InvoicingTemplate.com". The reason we use that approach is that it is relatively easy for both end-user and Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) to replace the default image holder with another logo image.
Let's see the brief steps involved to replace the default image-based logo with a WordArt logo.
To setup your taxing options and rules, click the "Settings" button on the "Invoice" ribbon tab, and then click the "Settings" button, go to the "Taxes" tab, where you can find options for the number of taxes, tax names, tax rates etc. For more variants of our templates designed for special taxing requirements, visit taxing invoice templates.
This implementation of Notary Invoice Template / Notary Billing Template by InvoicingTemplate.com has one tax presented on the bottom of the form, which is named "TAX". If you use the Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) edition of this free invoice template, you can easily change the tax name and rate, and even the number of taxes appear on the form.