Invoices - MS Access Invoice Database Template.
***New*** Version 1.0 Now Available To Buy
Developed for small service businesses, to print/email invoices and track payments. Your own Access database, without having to spend months starting from a blank screen. Can be fully customised and shared on a network with no additional cost per user. Links with Word, Excel and Outlook, as well as built-in facility to email invoices and reports as pdf attachments.
Start Today, Minimal Setup and Learning Curve
- Clear visual layout - easily and quickly see what orders and products you need to despatch today, this week, this month, etc
- Takes seconds to install - packaged with professional installation software
- Attach copies of saved emails, files or scanned documents to orders
Manage Your Business
- Access Invoicing Database - Print or email professional invoices / credit notes and customer statements
- Attach copies of saved emails, files or scanned documents to orders
- Track Customer Payments and Credits
- Record Full or Partial Invoice Payments
- Calculate Sales Tax / VAT
- See, at a glance, customers’ contact details, account balances and full transaction histories
- Setup customer specific standard discount rates and payment terms
- View, print, email or export to Excel – sales, credits raised, what you’re owed (aged debtors) and how many working days on average each customer takes to pay.
Microsoft Access Based
- Works with MS Access 2003 or later
- Can be shared on a network - no additional cost per user
- Changes can be made quickly and cost effectively - customize to your own business
- MS Office integration - email orders and reports with Outlook, export order data to Excel; mail-merge with Word
Want To Build A Custom System Yourself?
Starting with Invoices: Open-Source Edition for Microsoft Access can save months of your time!
» version 1.0.12 - posted on 2011-11-20
» version 1.0.06 - posted on 2010-04-29
EULA - End User License Agreement
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
Synstral Business Software HB (as of September 2009)
END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR “SIMPLYACCESS.NET INVOICES” DATABASE
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE CONTINUING WITH THIS PROGRAM INSTALL: Synstral Business Software HB End-User License Agreement ("EULA") is a legal agreement between you (either an individual or a single entity) and Synstral Business Software HB. for the Synstral Business Software HB software product(s) identified above which may include associated software components, media, printed materials, and "online" or electronic documentation ("SOFTWARE PRODUCT"). By installing, copying, or otherwise using the SOFTWARE PRODUCT, you agree to be bound by the terms of this EULA. This license agreement represents the entire agreement concerning the program between you and Synstral Business Software HB, (referred to as "licenser"), and it supersedes any prior proposal, representation, or understanding between the parties. If you do not agree to the terms of this EULA, do not install or use the SOFTWARE PRODUCT.
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(b) Backup Copies.
You may also make copies of the SOFTWARE PRODUCT as may be necessary for backup and archival purposes.
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2.2 We are authorized to withdraw from the agreement and demand the return of the software if the client''s conduct is contrary to the terms of the agreement, especially in the case of delay in payment. The client may also be obligated to delete the software and provide proof of having done so.
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3.2 Default of acceptance on the part of the client shall be equivalent to delivery.
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4.2 It is pointed out that software errors cannot be ruled out under all conditions of use given the state of the technology. The quality of the software is standard for software of this kind and is as agreed upon. The software meets the requirements for ordinary use as set out in the agreement. It is, however, not error–free, which is normal. A functional impairment of the software resulting from hardware defects, environmental conditions, faulty operations etc. is not a defect.
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4.4 The client shall test the software supplied within two (2) weeks after delivery, particularly with respect to completeness and functional capability. We must be notified in writing of any errors identified or readily identifiable through the testing within one (1) week thereafter. Otherwise the software will be considered to be in conformity with the agreement. An exact description of errors must be included. Apart from that, the client is obligated to report any defects within two (2) weeks after first encountering them. Otherwise the software will be considered to be in conformity with the agreement. It is the client''s responsibility to guarantee an operational working environment for the software.
4.5 In case of defects as to quality, we may first effect subsequent performance. We shall have the option of effecting the subsequent performance through repair (remedying the defect) or a substitute delivery.
4.6 Should subsequent performance fail, the client shall have the basic option of demanding a reduction of the payment (decrease) or rescission of the agreement (revocation) or damages in place of service. If the client chooses damages in place of service, the limitations on liability as laid down in the following paragraphs shall apply. In case of slight defects, the client shall not be entitled to a right of revocation. Should the client elect to revoke the agreement after subsequent performance fails on account of a defect of title or a defect as to quality, he shall not additionally be entitled to damages based on the defect. The client is not entitled to revoke the agreement for a breach of duty contained in a defect that is beyond our control.
4.7 We can refuse to remedy the defect till the client makes complete payment.
4.8 The client shall provide us support in the identification and remedying of defects.
4.9 The warranty is valid for one (1) month from the date of delivery.
4.10 Our warranty does not cover defects caused by external factors or by non–compliance with conditions of utilization. The warranty becomes void if the client modifies the software himself or has it modified by a third–party without our permission.
4.11 We shall be entitled to service charges and expense reimbursement at the standard hourly rate if an alleged defect cannot be assigned to an obligation arising out of our warranty after appropriate testing.
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– In case of gross negligence and negligent breach of a substantial duty (cardinal duty), we are liable only to the extent of the typical damages foreseeable at the time of concluding the agreement.
– We are not liable for slightly negligent breaches of negligible contractual duties.
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6. Final provisions
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END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
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