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Thread: Setting up HTML invoices
Sep 12, 2005, 07:00 #1
Setting up HTML invoices
I really need to start sending out invoices in HTML - and although I know how to do that, I need to find a way that my mum would be comfortable with. She doesn't know HTML, but she knows Office.
Is there a basic application where I can set up a template for the invoices, and all she has to do is enter in the customer information, invoice number, payment amount, etc?
Especially one that integrates with an e-mail client to send them?
Comments much appreciated.
Sep 12, 2005, 07:44 #2
Sep 12, 2005, 07:45 #3
Why would you want a system where you have to enter all that manually? It's pretty easy to write a script that does a few DB queries to get all that info and put it in your invoice for you.
Sep 13, 2005, 12:06 #4
Why? Because not everybody is used to writing for PHP/MySQL directly, including myself and my mum.
Thanks for the recommendation Johnny Gulag.
Sep 14, 2005, 19:56 #5
I have a online invoicing nad estimate system. It allows you to send html invoices via email and also gives your clients the ability to access the website at anytime to view and pay for invoices. You can take a look at:
You can also go here http://www.pocketpcinvoice.com/?page=features_ws and take a look at some of the features. The program has a pocket pc client, but it is not needed.
Nov 9, 2005, 04:48 #6
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If you're still looking for an easy-to-use invoicing solution, we're just about to go beta with a service - simplybill.com. Lots of templates to choose from and you can even match printed invoices with pre-printed stationary.