Making a request for payment is easier when you download Microsoft Excel Templates (.xslx). As soon as you enter the relevant details in the spreadsheet such as hours/quantity and unit price/hourly rate, it will instantly calculate the amount to be paid. Once everything is set, you are ready to print the invoice. If you add more rows for additional items, you could be printing more than one page.
Here are the various formats of MS Excel:
Excel Workbook (.xlsx) | Excel 97-2004 Workbook (.xls) | Excel Template (.xltx) | Excel 97-2004 Template (.xlt) | Comma Separated Values (.csv) | Excel Binary Workbook (.xlsb) | Excel Macro Enabled Workbook (.xlsm) | Excel Macro-Enabled Template (.xltm) | Excel 2004 XML Spreadsheet (.xml) | Excel Add-In (.xlam) | Excel 97-2004 Add-In (.xla)
Generic Template – Excel xslx
How to Write in MS Excel Templates
Step 1 – If you have already downloaded the program, just launch it to start working with the Microsoft spreadsheet templates Excel. Otherwise, you may get this xlsx free download for one month.
Step 2 – The heading of the template xslx should include the logo and the name of your company, followed by your contact details such as street address, city, State, zip code, contact numbers, and website.
Step 3 – The upper-right portion is the space for the date, invoice number, customer ID number, and due date.
Step 4 – Fill the Bill To section of the blank invoice Excel with the person/company being billed along with his/their name, street address, city, State, postal code, and phone number.
Step 5 – Enter the description of each service or product along with its corresponding details. Products will be matched with quantity and price per unit while services have hours worked and hourly rate. Then, enter the associated tax of every product/service in the second column. Apply the taxes in the total area to come up with the grand total. Review the total so you can finally send Microsoft Excel Invoice Template to the concerned party.