Newsletter Publishing Invoice Template In Detail

This invoice template is designed for those who publishing newsletters. On the invoice form you can detail customer billing information, as well as newsletter delivery address. On the invoice body, for each newsletter that the customer subscribes, you can detail the start date (month) and end date (month). This invoice template has 6 lines on the invoice form, leaving space on the bottom of the form for you to briefly introduce the service you provide.

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