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Print Shop Bill Sample
This bill template for printing shop is set with no tax, but the tax cells and fields defined in the default template are still there.
Invoicing Sample for Cosmetics Shops
With Invoice Manager for Excel installed, there are several ways you can pick items on creating invoices.
The second way to quickly fill in items into the invoice or bill is that you can enter the product# (this could be your SKU# or barcode retrieved with a scanner) into the "Product ID" field, which is put outside the printable form.
Software Development Invoice Sample
The whole sheet adopts a "Blue" color theme. With Excel's new themed color management, you can easily change it by firstly switch to Design Mode, and then go to the "Page Layout" tab. Play with the options inside the "Themes" group, such as "Themes", "Colors", "Fonts" and "Effects". You may find it is so easy to change the look and feel of the entire form with just a few mouse clicks.
Clothing Shop Receipt
Since the default Invoice Manager for Excel sales invoice template does not include the Size column, the new "Size" column is added as a custom field. To be specific, the "Size" custom field is added to both the Product and Invoice Body database table with exactly the same name and type.
Contractor Billing Format
To make this template work with Invoice Manager for Excel, Contractor Billing Format adopts tricks. First, the most left column on the visible (and printable) area was a custom field "ItemLine", which was continuously named from "oknItemLine_1" to "oknItemLine_18", to tell Invoice Manager for Excel that there are 18 lines on the invoice detail section. The other columns, such as "DATE", "DETAILS" and "AMOUNT", has an interruption in their name serials. For example, "oknItemDate_1" to "oknItemDate_6" are put onto same column, "oknItemDate_7" to "oknItemDate_12" are put onto another column outside the printable area, and "oknItemDate_13" to "oknItemDate_18" are put onto the same column as "oknItemDate_1" to "oknItemDate_6". This is necessary because the space for "oknItemDate_7" to "oknItemDate_12" is used by the tax and amount cells.
Catering Invoice Template
Running a catering business or planning on starting a catering service? Invoicing is one of your daily job. Use Catering Invoice Template (Catering Billing Format) to get it done quickly and easily, like filling a paper form.
Engineering Invoice Template
Like most other invoice templates available here on InvoicingTemplate.com, the engineering invoice template has a "Print Area" name defined which refers to the area on the center of the spreadsheet form. This is the printable area that defines the actual invoice format and layout. If you click the Print button on the invoice form of the Invoice Manager for Excel version, or click the "Print" command in Excel, only the section defined by the "Print Area" name will be printed. And similarly, if you execute "Extract" command in Invoice Manager for Excel, only the section referred by the "Print Area" will be kept.
Welder Invoicing Template
This invoice template for welding and fabrication, just like the other templates in this serial, is also set with one Tax, which is named "Maine" and rated at 5.500%. If you are using the freeware edition of this Welder Invoicing Template / Welder Billing Form, change this to your own tax name and rate by typing in proper values. If you use the Invoice Manager for Excel version, there are better ways to configure your tax rules and system.
Canadian Invoice Template with HST
The goods and services tax (GST) is a tax that you pay on most goods and services sold or provided in Canada. In Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec and Prince Edward Island, the GST has been blended with the provincial sales tax and is called the harmonized sales tax (HST). Note that this free invoice sample designed by InvoicingTemplate.com is set up for a business in Ontario where the HST rate is 13% (as of April 1, 2013). You should change the HST rate according to the rate applicable in your province. For example, in B.C., the HST rate is 5% (as of April 1, 2013), in Nova Scotia, the HST rate is 15%, and in New Brunswick and Newfoundland/Labrador the HST rate is 13%. See GST/HST rates on Canada Revenue Agency to find out the rate that is suitable for your province. If you have Invoice Manager for Excel installed, changing the tax rate is as easy and simple - firstly, you click the Settings button on the Excel ribbon tab, and then go to the Taxes tab, fill in the tax rate percentage number into the first tax rate box, and then click "Apply". Click the Close button to close the Settings dialog box. Note that in order to make the change permanently, you'll need to click Excel menu File / Save to save the invoice template file - you have to do only once. This is because the default tax rate is saved into a hidden cell on the invoicing form.
Mixed Tax Rates in an Invoice (7 Columns)
In the original version, which is named Mixed Tax Rates in an Invoice (5 Columns) here on InvoicingTemplate.com, we implemented a feature that allows you to tax different types of items with different rates on one same invoice by adding several custom fields and creating some Excel formulas. By using custom fields and Excel formulas, we can create exciting features that are not supported by the default sales invoice template that was shipped with Invoice Manager for Excel. The two newly added columns, which are "Product Type" and "Applied Tax Rates", are placed outside the printable invoice form in the original version. If the product / item description text labels are short, you may like to place these two new columns inside the printable invoice form. This customized form named Mixed Tax Rates in an Invoice (7 Columns) implements this.
Modeling Bill Format
This "One Tax Column, No Shipping Address" invoice template is a variant of Invoice Template with Tax Column.