Here you can find invoice templates with 4 pages, 3 pages, 2 pages, 1 page and 1/2 page (half-page). All these templates could be downloaded for free.
You can use any template standalone for creating invoice, or by installing Uniform Invoice Software you can upgrade the simple Excel template to a powerful invoicing system, which allows you to easily create bills and invoices. With our intuitive Excel forms you will find out something could be done much easier with Uniform Invoice Software than with others like Quickbooks.
Here are our templates closely related to Excel Invoice Templates Multiple Pages.
The invoice format has 5 columns on the detail section - "Part #", "Description", "Quantity", "Unit Price" and "Line Total", just like the standard / default invoice template shipped with Uniform Invoice Software installer program, and like several other invoice templates with multiple pages, like invoice template with 3 pages, invoice template with 2 pages, invoice template printable on 1/2 page etc. here on InvoicingTemplate.com. The only difference is that with the standard invoice template, The "Part #" column is has a title "Product#". If you want to change the "Part #" label in this 4-Page Invoice Template to something like "Item #" or "Product #", simply switch the template into design mode by clicking the "Design" button on the "Invoice" ribbon tab, and then type in your text to replace "Part #".
The layout of this template, like the previous 2-page sample, basically keep the style of the default invoice template shipped with Uniform Invoice Software. However, there are 3 custom fields added to the bottom of the invoicing form, "Labor Hours" (cell name oknLaborQuantity, at $I$83), "labor hourly rate" (cell name oknLaborUnitPrice, at $J$83) and "Labor Total" (cell name oknLaborTotal, at $K$83). These 3 fields are custom fields added to the "Invoice Header" database table.
Note that our goal is to not only create an invoice design that is printable on half paper size, but also make sure it work with Uniform Invoice Software, which is our invoicing software system for Windows desktop PCs running Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 (Microsoft Office or Excel 2003, Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013 or Excel 2016 is also required). Uniform Invoicing Software is an offline desktop invoicing app that does not require an Internet connection to run. By installing Uniform Invoice Software, a simple and pure Excel spreadsheet invoicing template becomes a complete invoicing management system. Uniform Invoice Software is implemented as an Excel COM add-in program, which means we don't use Excel macros to implement those advance features like connection with Access database. So, you don't have to change the security settings of your Office / Excel program in order to run Uniform Invoice Software, and all our templates here on InvoicingTemplate.com are not protected with passwords, which enable you to modify and customize the template to make sure it meets your business requirements exactly. Simply put, with Uniform Invoice Software, no matter you are a sole trader, home business, small business, limited company (ltd), you can generate professional and beautiful invoices and receipts without having to deal with complex accounting and billing systems that are usually expensive and hard to use.
Now let's see the steps involved to create this 1/2 page template.
The usual "Bill To" section is now renamed to "Agency". The labels in this section include "Account Number", "Name", "Department", "Contact or Operator", "Vehicle Number" - the later 3 fields are custom fields that are not defined in the default Access database file shipped with Uniform Invoice Software.
The formula for "Line Total" incorporates both the auto-calculated portion, and the manually fillable field ("oknLineTotalManual_?" fields, placed outside the printable area, which means it is manually editable on creating invoices / estimations, but will not be included on printable invoices).
In a business scenario, quotes and estimates are two types of closely related documents, but there are still important differences between them. Understanding the difference between a quote and an estimate can save you time and money and protect you from legal risks and business losses. A quotation is a fixed price offer that can't be changed once accepted by the customer. This holds true even if you have to carry out much more work than you expected. On the other hand, an estimate is an educated guess at what a job may cost - but it usually isn't binding. To take account of possible unforeseen developments, you could provide several estimates based on various circumstances. This will prevent your customer from being surprised by the costs.
This job and work estimate template in Excel spreadsheet format is a design based on c4009 Service Proposal and Quote. With this blank sample template, we move in the "ESTIMATE#" cell and the "Item#" column.
Secondly, the receipt should include the donor's name, this is necessary in order to be legally valid. Although not required, we've placed the "Phone#", "Mobile#" fields on the top of the section outside the printable area. In case you want to include these information on the PDF donation receipt or printed receipt, you can easily move them into the "Donor" section.
With c5009, you specify multiple prices (5, to be specific) for each product. On creating an invoice, all the prices all loaded from the underlying Microsoft Access database and shown on the invoice form (outside the printable section). Once you specify the price level for the current customer, we use an Excel formula to pick up the applied price for the invoice being created:
The template also features a default logo image on the top of the form. To replace it with your own logo image, simply click the "Replace Logo Image" button on the "Invoice" ribbon tab. The templates and forms here on InvoicingTemplates.com implement the default logo image in 3 ways - as an ActiveX Image control, an Excel / Office "Picture" object, or a Word Art object. The "Replace Logo Image" function is able to replace placeholder image implemented with the first two methods. For the third method, the Word Art way, you can either delete it or then insert your own image, or in case you don't have a satisfied logo image yet, you can simply click the Word Art object, type in your business name to use it as your logo.
Front office transactions are typically charted on account statement as Invoice or Folios. Invoice consists of Debit and Credit (Also refer to Credit Memo Template) affecting the balance of a single guest account or room. This is different than general house rent, for which InvoicingTemplate.com also has a house rental invoice template too at House Rent Receipt Template.
However this type of background images are not printable. If you go to Excel menu "File" and then choose "Print", Excel shows the print preview of the current invoice template spreadsheet. However the background image set previously is not included. And for watermarks, Excel does not provide directly support for it.