Like the first expense, you need to keep mentioning the expenses in order with every new item in the row of the Excel spreadsheet, completing all the sections. When you are done listing down the expenses, you need to add the total amount by simply adding the formula of addition. Attach pictures or electronic receipts directly to the rows, and add alerts and reminders so no item gets overlooked. Finally, share your expense report with your manager for approval and the accounting department for processing. With endless customizable options - from colors and symbols to view type - Smartsheet allows you to create a snapshot into your business or personal finances with easy-to-use templates and anytime, anywhere access. Use the “Expense Report” template for easy tracking on the go. Add a date and description of each expense, and categorize expenses for easy organization. This report is either to be reimbursed by a company or for tax (IRS and State) purposes. In our example the RDTEMPLATE optional field value will be transferred to the O/E Shipment, O/E Invoice and A/R Invoice transaction details. Tip: For a specific item, you can add the RDTEMPLATE optional field to the item master record and enter a value for it.