# You must enter all the labels and amounts as stated. For the Sale Amount (SA), Discount Amount

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Certainly! Below is an updated version of the billing information worksheet that includes labels for Sale Amount (SA), Discount Amount, and the final Total Amount after applying the discount:

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| Invoice No | Date       | Customer Name | Product  | Sale Amount | Discount | Amount  |

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| 1001       | 2023-01-15 | John Doe       | Product A | \$50.00     | 10%      | \$45.00  |

| 1002       | 2023-01-20 | Jane Smith     | Product B | \$75.00     | 15%      | \$63.75  |

| 1003       | 2023-02-05 | Mark Johnson   | Product C | \$120.00    | 20%      | \$96.00  |

| 1004       | 2023-02-10 | Emily Davis    | Product A | \$50.00     | 10%      | \$45.00  |

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|                                                 Total Amount:         \$249.75 |

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```

Instructions for creating this in a spreadsheet:

1. Open Excel or Google Sheets.

- "Invoice No"

- "Date"

- "Customer Name"

- "Product"

- "Sale Amount"

- "Discount"

- "Amount"

3. Enter the data in rows below the headers.

4. Use the appropriate date format for the "Date" column.

5. Format the "Sale Amount" and "Amount" columns as currency.

6. Format the "Discount" column as a percentage.

7. Calculate the discounted amount for each row using a formula like `=B2*(1-C2)` for the "Amount" column (assuming your data starts from row 2).

8.Calculate the total amount after applying the discount using a formula like `=SUM(G2:G5)` (assuming your data starts from row 2 and ends at row 5).

9. Apply any additional formatting or styling as needed.

This updated table includes the Sale Amount, Discount, and the final Amount after applying the discount, providing a more detailed breakdown of the billing information. Adjust the formulas based on your specific spreadsheet software and requirements.