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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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Newsletter Publishing Invoice Template
This is how newsletter publishing invoice template will look like when you open it with Microsoft Excel.
Newsletter Publishing Invoice Template freeware version
The following Uniform Invoice Software version of Newsletter Publishing Invoice Template should be used with Uniform Invoice Software installed.
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The most interesting part of this invoice template is that how the template translate address the Holland format - the template allows you to enter the client address information (both the 'Bill To' and 'Ship To' addresses) in 'City (State) ZIP' format, and then transform it into 'ZIP CODE space City' format, for example '567 AA Amsterdam'. The transformation is done automatically with Excel formula. Another point to notice about this invoice template is that the invoice body has 6 columns - since this invoice template is designed for clothing-related business, a 'Size' (Maat) column is necessary - and usually important enough to list it as a dedicated column.
This is another sample invoice form that is created from general sales invoice template. There are two columns on the invoice body within the print area, 'Description' and 'Amount', both are editable. The most interesting part regarding this free invoice format is that the 'Total' section (i.e. the summary section) was moved to the heading section of the invoice form, where we usually find the 'Shipping Address'. We cannot say which layout is the better one - to put the summary on the bottom, or to put the summary on the heading - what we can say is that, this is just a different invoice format.
Environmental Consulting Template is an environmental consulting invoice form that helps you bill your clients with an easy-to-use blank form in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get invoice creator. The Excel-formatted service invoice template has 5 columns and offers no shipping section.
There are 3 columns on the invoice body, i.e. line#, description, and amount. Both the description and the amount are editable. If the amount on a line is filled in, the corresponding line# is filled in automatically using Excel formula. This sales invoice template has two taxes set on the bottom of the invoice form. You can modify the default tax name and tax rate to meet your needs.
This free invoice form is a variant of the general sales invoice template shipped with Invoice Manager. It differs from the general sales invoice template in that it has only two columns - a 'Description' column and an 'Amount' column. The 'Amount' column on this invoice form is manually-input, i.e. it is not calculated from Quantity and Price as seen in many other invoice templates. However the subtotal and total are calculated automatically. The invoice form does not have taxes set - if you need, you can unhide Excel worksheet row 31 and row 32 to display the tax rows. Or, if you have Invoice Manager for Excel installed, and are using the version of the template for Invoice Manager, you can set up tax options on the 'Settings' window.
Construction Estimate Template is designed for a company in the exhibit business that has several properties that make up the exhibit. 'Properties' refers to each subtotal field. For example, you can have two properties such as a custom cabinet and a reception desk. The template here designed by UniformSoft.com has 3 properties, but you can easily extend it to have 10 or 12 more properties to estimate per customer.