By On Mar 08, 2019 Free Templates
Invoice templates are managed in Tools, Settings, Invoice templates. Default templates or inheritance for templates can be set for business units, accounts and cases. If needed, invoice template can be changed on individual invoice also. Admin user can also create invoice template directly from an invoice. Use invoice templates to predefine settings for invoices. Using the templates invoice header blocks (such as accounts billing details or logo) can be repositioned. Enter text into notes before and after invoice rows fields to be shown on each invoice that uses that template. From the settings-tab of the invoice template you can define how invoice rows are displayed, for example invoice row description or grouping.
Only users with administrator access rights can create invoice templates directly from an invoice. Create or open an invoice. Change the content of notes before invoice rows and notes after invoice rows if needed. The text in these fields will be saved to the invoice template also. Open invoices Settings tab. Change the Invoice template settings as you like them to be. Then select Save as organization template and give a name for the new template. Click Save to save changes and new template. Case custom template is a template that can not be managed in settings. Custom template is created when invoice free text fields or invoice settings are changed on the invoice itself. After saving these changes on an invoice, invoice template menu on a case will display custom and next invoice created for the case will use the settings of the previous invoice. Custom template can only be managed on the invoice.
Make sure there is no doubt that they understand what you are billing for and a due date for when you expect cash in hand. And do not wait too long to send it to your customer—you want your product or service to be fresh in their mind when their bill arrives. Keep your invoices simple and clean, and remember, they are essentially marketing material. They do not have to be professionally designed, but do not clutter them up with jargon that your customer wont understand about your service or product, or use hard to read fonts or colors when you customize your invoice.
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