Templates for Sage Instant Accounts Invoices

Discussion in 'UK Accountancy' started by John, Jul 6, 2004.

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    John Guest

    Can anyone post templates they may have for Sage Instant Accounts
    Invoices (or any Sage products) Im looking to print a bunch, then
    refeed them when I print invoices. I only print about 30 invoices a
    month so this is my best option.

    In the Sage Forums I have come across two templates which I am
    including here, though they do not fit my needs. I havent been able to
    find a Microsoft Word template though I know they exist.

    Thanks,
    Jason


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    Submitted by Orlando :

    www.nethereal.co.uk/sage_invoice_generic.xls

    A nice basic template for Invoices using Excel

    And From Rob:

    I went through the hassle of creating my own templates for invoices,
    remittance advice and Statement. I'd guess it took me about 5 hours to
    get the first invoice layout done because there is no documentation of
    any value for the layout editor. After that it was all much quicker
    and now I can do modifications pretty quickly, so it was worth the
    time.

    For invoices I print a generic letterhead on hi-res inkjet (just about
    to use colour laser) and then use that paper when printing invoices
    from Sage. The other layouts I just print black and white with all
    info on the layout. Having already changed address once in the past
    year, I'm glad I didn't get stationery pre-printed yet.

    If anyone would like to have these templates to modify, just drop me a
    line and I'll email them back. I'll even give some limited assistance
    with changes if and when I have time.

    Note that an invoice layout can be rather particular to your business.
    I sell to resellers, and therefore I want to show a discount on every
    line item. As most businesses sell direct to customers this would be
    irrelevant, but it's pretty easy to just delete an item and make the
    product description field longer.

    Anyone who wnats the templates, just email me at .
    If this attracts junkmail in future, I'll remove the address.
     
    John, Jul 6, 2004
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    Andy Pandy Guest

    I also used excel to make my invoice template.

    It takes time, but then you have total control of future changes.
     
    Andy Pandy, Jul 6, 2004
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