How to Create an Invoice in Accessby Maureen BruenUpdated September 28, 2017
To create invoices in Microsoft Access, use the Time & Billing business office template. Microsoft Office provides a variety of online templates that can be used in Microsoft Access. The Time & Billing Access templates have a project list feature with reporting options. One of the reporting options available is invoicing. The Time & Billing folder, accessible under the Office.com Templates section in Access, contains a Time card that can be used to track both billable and project hours for reconciling Access invoices.
Launch Microsoft Access.
Click "File," "Time & Billing" under the "Office.com Templates" section. You can also access the "Time & Billing" folder under "Business Templates" or if needed, use the "Office.com Templates" search box to find this template folder. See References, if needed.
Open the "Time & Billing" folder and click on the "Time & Billing" template to display the "Project List" window.
Click the "Reports" drop-down menu and select "Invoice" to create your invoice using the default information associated with your invoice.
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