Fillable PDF Form – Invoice

Fillable PDF Invoice
Fillable PDF Invoice

Fillable PDF form that will calculate the totals for you.

Sample of a invoice created in InDesign and form boxes created in Adobe Acrobat. I’ve created several (somewhere over 50) fillable forms in different styles I created this with a couple of the different areas. The boxes are tab selected you can go from area to area from top down left to right by hitting the tab button. Under Product is a pull down list of items for sale or you can write in the description of the item if not listed. The Cost per item and number of items will then auto calculate to the total category, the grand total at the bottom will add up all the total lines and minus any coupon that was added. At the very bottom in the black box is boxes for printing and resetting the form, they do not print. The reset will only reset the bottom part and keep the name and payment, this can be changed to reset any boxes the customer would like.

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