Billing Invoice

The following sample shows how you can use the SpreadJS spreadsheet to create business forms for your JavaScript applications, such as a billing invoice. The demo showcases using comments, formulas, and cross-sheet formula references.

<p>This sample is implemented as a template that is imported into SpreadJS.</p>
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