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Basic Invoice Template


Template Details
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT
Template Size:
А4 (21 х 24,7 cm)
Editable Elements:
Color, Text, Objects in template
Modified:
25.09.2023
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT
Boring black and white commercial invoices are a thing of the past! Here is a downloadable basic invoice template created by professional designers specifically for your convenience, and business process automation.

Are you wondering how to get an invoice templates in Google Docs? It's simple: download the template, open it in Google Docs and start editing step-by-step. You can change any graphic and text elements that are in the template. Provide a unique identification number, add company information (name, address, and contact details), write the billing date.

Thanks to a well-structured table, you can add a description of the goods or services for which you are charging, their quantity, and total amount. It's so convenient! You can also change the configuration of the table, add any information related to invoicing the customer and the partner.

Do you need a business invoice or a personal invoice? You can adapt this Google Docs template for any task. Working in Google docs, all changes in the template are automatically saved, if necessary, you can update to restore any version of the document. This template is compatible with Microsoft Word.

Have you finished customizing the basic invoice template? Fine! Now you can send the invoice by email, export it to PDF format, and print it.




Author
Kateryna Kyrylova

designer

Docsandslide's resident

My goal is to create beautiful and intuitive graphic designs for individuals and businesses! I, Kateryna Kyrylova, specialize in a variety of formats, from Google products to Microsoft.

Achievements:
From Ukraine
3 years’ experience
Art education

designed more than 1500 templates for docsandslides.com

Template text reviewed by an expert from docsandslide's blog.

Kateryna Polyakova specializes in creating concise texts and articles for business education. Her blog provides quick insights to help you choose the right template efficiently. Recognizing the value of time, she ensures her content is brief yet informative, guiding you to the perfect template within minutes.

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