Free Blank Invoice Templates in Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

Download an Invoice Template in Microsoft Excel (.xlsx) and use to make a request for funds owed. The spreadsheet automatically calculates items entered in the total area after inputting the hours/quantity plus the price per unit/hourly rate (depends whether the invoice is for hours worked or goods sold). After the invoice has been created it can be printed that fits one (1) page unless more rows are made for additional items.

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Step 1 – Once downloaded, you will want to open to begin. If you do not have Microsoft Excel you can begin a one (1) month free trial.

Step 2 – In the upper-left corner you you can add your own logo along with your company name. Follow up by entering your street address, city, State, zip code, phone number, fax number, and website/domain.

Step 3 – On the upper-right portion input the date, invoice number (#), customer ID number, and due date.

Step 4 – On the middle left portion of the page you want to write to whom the receivable is being sent. This should include the party’s individual/entity name, street address, city, State, postal code, and phone number.

Step 5 – Now we have made it to the line by line description of the money owed. You will want to enter the description along with the quantity (if products sold) or hours worked plus the price per unit/rate per hour. If there is a tax enter in the second (2nd) column and input in the total area.

Once you have calculated all the items you will want to view your grand total to ensure that it is correct. After it is completed you can send off to the party that is meant to pay the receivable.

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