Creating and Using Invoice Templates

For situations where unique invoice configurations are required, either for one-off invoices or for a particular client, you can create an invoice template to more easily and accurately adhere to these requirements.

Creating an Invoice Template

To create a new invoice template, click Settings and then click Invoice Templates.  From here, click New Invoice Template in the top right corner.

  • Name - A friendly name that is easy to recognize in a list.
  • Default Due Days - The number of days (beyond the current date) to set the due date. on the invoice. 
  • Default Public Notes - The public notes that will be visible to the client.
  • Default Terms - The terms that will be applied to this invoice.
  • Default Print Header - The print header that is applied to printed PDF.  Print headers will be centered on the document.
  • Default Print Footer - The print footer that is applied to the printed PDF.  Print footers will be left justified on the document.

Applying an Invoice Template to a New or Existing Invoice

Once an invoice template is created, you'll now be able to apply one to a new or existing invoice.  To gets started on a new invoice, create a new invoice from an existing case or from the invoices tab itself.  Once on the edit screen, click the Apply Template link in the upper right corner and select the appropriate template.  Finally click the Apply Template button to populate the invoice with the values.

Automating Invoice Templates by Client

In some situations you may want to apply the same invoice template on all invoices created for a specific client or client location.  This can be done by editing the client or client location and selecting the Invoice Template option under the client settings.  Once saved, all new invoices for the given client or client location will have the appropriate template automatically applied during creation.  

Note: Even if a template is automatically applied, it is still possible to apply a different template while creating or editing the invoice.

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