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Microsoft Invoicing

Microsoft Invoicing was retired in February 2020

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Microsoft Invoicing screenshot: Users can create and send custom estimates and invoices to their customersMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Customer details are synchronized between Microsoft Invoicing and the Office 365 business centerMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Products and services can be added for use as line itemsMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Users can apply discounts to specific line items or the whole invoiceMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: City and state tax rates can also be managedMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Customers and invoices can be managed from users' mobile phonesMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Users can track invoice statuses and overdue paymentsMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Branded PDF invoices are sent to customers by emailMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Users can track monthly and yearly salesMicrosoft Invoicing screenshot: Integration with PayPal allows customers to pay invoices online


Intended Users
Small Business, Mid Size Business
Devices Supported
Android, iPhone, Web-based
Supported Countries
United States, Canada, United Kingdom
Supported Languages
Support Options
Knowledge Base, FAQs, Online Support
Billing & Invoicing Software

Microsoft Invoicing Pricing

Starting from: $12.50/month

Pricing model: Subscription

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Microsoft Invoicing is available as part of Office 365 Business Premium subscriptions.

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Key Features of Microsoft Invoicing

  • PDF invoices
  • Itemized lists
  • Auto-save
  • Activity feed
  • Payment processing
  • Data sync
  • PayPal integration
  • Estimate creation
  • QuickBooks integration
  • Monthly & yearly sales tracking
  • Pending payment tracking
  • Invoicing dashboard
  • Discount management
  • Invoice creation
  • Tax rate management
  • Outstanding invoice tracking


Customer details are synchronized between Microsoft Invoicing and the Office 365 business center, so that any time a new customer is created in the Invoicing dashboard, contacts are updated in the business center.

Changes made to invoices are saved automatically, ensuring that no changes are lost.

Discounts can be applied to invoices in two ways: percentage discounts can be set for specific line items, or users can apply an amount or percentage discount to the whole invoice.

Accountants can be notified automatically by email each time a new invoice is sent to a customer.

Microsoft Invoicing can be integrated with QuickBooks Online, enabling users to synchronize data with their accounting system.