When you own and operate a clothing store, invoices give clients the chance to review orders in an organized fashion. Invoicing template gives you an easy and quick way for creating invoices.
As usual, before using the free invoice template, you should add the information about your store to the template, including your clothing store name, address, phone number or web site, logo image, etc. With this default implementation, there are 6 columns on the invoice template, including item#, description, size, quantity, unit price and line total. On the invoice heading section, there are spots for invoice#, invoice date, customer details (name, address etc.). On the bottom of the invoice form, the formulas calculate totals and taxes automatically.
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The free Work Order Template helps you itemize services performed and create professional work order document in an easy and quick way. The template provides a form in Excel spreadsheet format, which means it is highly customizable. You can use it to detail customer and service information, such as service orders, repair orders, job orders. The work order form calculates line totals, grand total and taxes are calculated automatically.
In some business practices it's usual not to list the customer/client details on the receipt or invoice. This template moves both the 'Bill To' and 'Ship To' sections out side the print area, so they will not appear on the printed invoices. The discount column in this template is an amount value. If you would like to use a percentage discount column, see Template with Discount Percentage Column. If you need a template that prints client/customer information, see Template with Discount Amount Column.
It's easy to make adjustment to the invoice format we provide to create your own invoice form by dragging and dropping cells in Excel. To do this, firstly drag your mouse to select the cell or cells you want to move, and then push your mouse on the border of the selected area and drag it to its new location you like. Excel also provides many tools you can use to format the invoice form, simply right-click the cell / cells you want to format, choose Format Cells from the menu - and, on the Format Cells dialog box, you may find a number of options for formatting the cell, including number format, fonts, borders, patterns, etc.
If you are running small computer retail or repair shop, this invoice template can help you create professional invoices easy and quick. On the center of the form it defines the print area, which is the invoice form printed when you execute the print command in Excel. On the print area, you can find spaces for invoice#, invoice date, customer information (the "Bill To" area), and a section for you to enter your company slogan or service term. On the invoice form body part, you can list all the service performed, as well as all the goods sold. Each item on the invoice body has a "Taxable" checkbox assigned to it. Check the "Taxable" box to have the template calculates tax for the current item; uncheck it to exclude it from tax calculation. The invoice template also has other formulas created for you to calculated line totals, subtotal, total, tax and balance automatically.
The sample invoice template here differs from the other invoice templates available here on UniformSoft.com in that it does not use 'Product ID' or 'Item #'. Instead, if you fill in an item description on a line, it shows the line number of the current line; but if the description is not filled in, it shows nothing in the field. All this is implemented by using a simple Excel formula.
The discount column on the invoice body are titled with '%Discount'. As you can see, the discounts you entered here are formatted and seen as percentags. For example, if quanity is 10, unit price is 20, '%Discount' is 5, then the line total is 190. All the calculations within the free invoice template are done with Excel formulas. You may also like to see: Template with Discount Amount Column and Template with Discount Column without Client.