Invoice Tracking Template

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  • April 28, 2018 at 11:59 AM #28422

    Simba Nayar

    Hello lovely Tap Formers,

    Please can you very kindly share a simple Invoice Tracking template, if you’ve created one? We need them! Huge grateful thanks in advance. Xx

    May 17, 2018 at 12:44 PM #28680


    I just built a sample one which you can download here. It’s a full database document with 3 forms in it for Tap Forms 5.

    1. Customers
    2. Orders
    3. Products

    The Customers form is linked to the Orders form with a One to Many Link to Form field.

    The Orders form has a Table field within it called Order Items. It’s hooked up to the Products form with matching field names. You can select from the Products form which will copy the record into the Order Items table field matching the field names. You can then type in a Quantity value.

    The Orders form also has 2 custom layouts for Invoices. One is in Letter size format and the other is in A4 print size format. Other than that, the two layouts are identical with some minor adjustments to the positions of the objects.

    Hope you get some good use from it.



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    June 7, 2018 at 10:02 AM #28989


    Super helpful. Saved me days of work to have the basics predetermined so I can just focus on the customizing. Thanks so much!!

    August 1, 2018 at 10:35 AM #30170

    David Butler

    I really want to see this but it just doesn’t open in Tapforms 5?

    August 4, 2018 at 12:45 AM #30182


    Hi David,

    You need to download it, then unzip the file. Then you can just double-click on the .tapforms document file. It’s designed for Tap Forms 5.



    September 25, 2018 at 2:20 PM #30758

    Kimberley Hoffman

    Thanks for this. I learned more by copying your examples for my template.

    December 17, 2018 at 11:09 PM #32764

    Kay Beckham

    Hey, thank you very much for this template! With a few modifications, I can make this work very well for me!

    To other readers, on the off-chance you want to open this template on the iOS version of TapForms, you’ll need to unzip it with some kind of unzipping app. Documents by Readdle will let you do it for free (totally unaffiliated with the developers).

    They also have a paid app called GoodReader that lets you unzip files, but on that app, the file will appear as a folder. Long-press the unzipped folder and open in TapNotes.

    December 18, 2018 at 2:39 PM #32786


    @Kay, you can also copy it to Tap Forms and then it should appear in the Backup & Restore screen in the Tools area. You can then tap on it and then tap on the Restore button. That’ll unzip it within Tap Forms too.

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