This forth sample consulting bill format is created based on the third sample consultant bill format. Before we begin modifying the layout of the consultant invoicing form, first we take a look what we have regarding taxes with the basic invoicing template.
Like other templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, the most important job to do on creating this customized template from the default sales invoicing sample involves moving the cells around to create a new form design. Microsoft Excel provides handy support for this type of jobs. For example, this template design has 3 columns on the invoice body - Description, Reference, and Fee. The Reference is a newly added column defined as custom fields (The definition of this custom field is added to the "Invoice Body" database table, so it becomes a column on the invoice body, but not a single cell on the invoice header or bottom). The "Fee" column, which is manually editable in this sample template, is actually the Unit Price column on the default sales invoice sample template. Compared to the default template, engineering service bill has the Product#, Quantity, and Line Total columns moved out of the printable invoice form. Unlike those service invoice samples that bill a client based on hourly rate or daily rate, by allowing to manually edit the Fee fields this invoice design becomes more general / generic that suits more business situations.
Like all the other templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, "c2013 Basic Blank Service Invoice Format (One-tax)" could be used standalone without Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software). But if Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) is installed, it not only turns the simple Excel billing template into a powerful invoicing system, but also helpful commands like "Design Mode" (which unprotect the sheet and push the "design mode" button on the "Developer" ribbon tab). The trial version of Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) is fully functional within the trial period, which you can download free of charge. So why don't download and give it a try?
A receipt is a document that verifies payment was received in exchange for goods or services. A receipt should contain all details about mode of payment, item details, payer details and receiver details. It also has the details of date, day and total amount.
With most designs, letterheads usually put on top of papers. It is common for attorney / legal, medical, catering, restaurant, law firms (whether small or big), health insurance billing or statement / timesheet, graphic design, freelance, plumbing, marketing, business plans, accounting, house rent (yearly or monthly), or even home businesses for monthly bill. So in this free receipt / bill sample, we assume that the company or business uses papers with letterhead on top (click the screenshots for a quick review), and the letter head including business logo, company name, address, slogan, and contact information - so to customize an invoicing layout / billing format for printing, we'll first move these information out of the printable form / definition.
With the default database configuration, the "Category" field is not added to the "InvBdy" database table. Invoice Manager for Excel (namely Uniform Invoice Software) integrates an easy tool Custom Field Manager to do this. To open it, first click one of the "Customers", "Products", "Invoices" button on the ribbon tab, and then click "Custom Fields" to open the manager.