How to Create an Invoice in Access

by Maureen BruenUpdated September 28, 2017
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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 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 " Templates" section. You can also access the "Time & Billing" folder under "Business Templates" or if needed, use the " 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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About the Author

Maureen Bruen is a graduate of Williams College with a bachelor's degree in art history and computer science. She has been writing, programming, designing and doing photography for corporations and local governments since 1999. She started publishing technical manuals for software companies using SQL (Structured Query Language) in 1991.

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