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Invoice Template

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by swellartist, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. swellartist

    swellartist New Member

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    Hi Folks, Does anyone know where I can get a free "Invoice" Template that might work for a Freelance Graphic Artist. I'm just looking for something simple, where I can sort of just fill in the blanks. Thanks, Lori

    swellartist@yahoo.com
     
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  2. BobbyFosson

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    Do you have Excel? I would simply create one there and save it... Modify as time goes on to suit your specific needs as they arrise.
     
  3. Gino

    Gino Premium Subscriber

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    Quickbooks
     
  4. iSign

    iSign Major Contributor

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    I use quickbooks & buy preprinted forms with my letterhead for printing invoices. But sometimes for a quick receipt without going to the computer, I just use those cheap 2-part carbonless receipt books from office max & a rubber stamp.

    I don't know of an on-line source to download an invoice, but if you want a simple one... wouldn't it be simple for a graphic artist to design their own?

    I've seen discussions here where some of us have posted screenshots of our workorders, & in some cases faxed or emailed them to each other to help someone customize their own workorder. But they were more geared for sign production.
     
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  6. Checkers

    Checkers Very Active Member

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    Since you asked nicely...
    www.sessions.edu
    There's a lot of other good information there too.
    Just one heads up though. Since these are generic forms, you really need to modify them to fit your business and have your attorney review the final product to insure that they're legal for your state. This will protect you and your client, because the way they're written right now, they're not worth the paper they're printed on.

    Checkers
     
  7. ChiknNutz

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    Though not free, I have an invoice in the Excel version of my GraphixCALC XL, but there really isn't anything special about it that you can't find on the Microsoft site.

    http://www.graphixcalc.com/Invoice.jpg
     
  8. mladams7259

    mladams7259 Very Active Member

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    I use a free MS Excel template from office.microsoft.com daily. Works great and automatically figures up the old taxes.
     
  9. signage

    signage Major Contributor

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    If you subscribe to signcraft they have a forms packet you can buy.
     
  10. canadianchef

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    Invoice with Work Order

    Here is a blank set for you to use.
    Best of Luck !

    Terry:Canada 2:
     

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  11. torgy97

    torgy97 New Member

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    Microsoft Publisher

    Microsoft Publisher works well. I use the ones I get with quickbooks, but if you are not using accounting software, the Publisher ones look nice and work well with excel, word, etc.
     
  12. The Big Squeegee

    The Big Squeegee Major Contributor

    Welcome to Signs 101 from Oklahoma!

    Preprinted worked good for me.
     
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