50 BUSINESS-ORIENTED TEMPLATESTemplates for Word and Excel (Business Edition) is a valuable add-on for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. It provides 50 professional business-oriented templates in a coherent design.32 TEMPLATES FOR WORDAnnual Report, Application for Employment, Bill of Sale, Brochure, 2x Business Cards, Business Plan, Clothing Tag, Cover Letter, Customer Satisfaction Survey, Envelope, Fax Cover Sheet, Flyer, Graph Paper, Index Cards, Job Description, Joint Venture Agreement, Letter, Meeting Agenda, Meeting Minutes, Name Tags, Newsletter, Non Disclosure Agreement, Partnership Agreement, Power of Attorney, Promissory Note, Receipt, Residential Lease, Resume, Ruled Paper, To Do List, Will.18 TEMPLATES FOR EXCELBalance Sheet, Break-Even Analysis, Calendar, Cash Flows, Income Statement, Inventory List, Invoice, Job Estimate, Loan Comparison, Monthly Calendar, Mortgage Calculator, Order Form, Payroll, Pay Stub, Return on Investment, Time Cards, Travel Expense Report, Weekly Schedule.DIFFERENT PAPER SIZES All templates for Word are available in US Letter and A4, except the envelope (6 common envelope sizes). Templates for Excel come in one size only. When printing them Excel will automatically resize to the appropriate format.EASILY CUSTOMIZABLE Once opened in Word or Excel you can apply your own content, colors, fonts, pictures, etc. REQUEST TEMPLATES Let us know what templates you would like to see in the next update. IMPORTANT: WORD AND EXCEL REQUIRED!We recommend having both Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel installed on your device. For example, the resume requires Word, while the invoice requires Excel. You can download Word and Excel from the App Store.In addition, Word and Excel require an Office 365 subscription to be able to create and edit documents.DISCLAIMERPrior to using these forms, please consult with an attorney or other expert knowledgeable in the laws of the applicable jurisdiction and the specific intended use of those forms. All forms available are general in nature; are not based on the laws of any specific state or other jurisdiction but rather general principles of law and should only be used after first consulting with an attorney or other expert knowledgeable in the laws of the applicable jurisdiction and the specific intended use of those forms.