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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