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To use Invoicepress, you will need:

  • an installed and configured copy of [WordPress][] (version 3.0 or later).

  • FTP, SFTP or shell access to your web host

New Installations


  1. Go to your wordpress admin “”

  2. Login and then access “

  3. Upload and activate this plugin

4- That’s it, now see your dashboard and unser settings you will see Invoicepress sub-menu item. Alternatively you will see this menu item under WooCommerce menu if WooCommerce was installed and active.


  1. Download the Invoicepress installation package and extract the files on your computer.

  2. Create a new directory named invoicepress in the wp-content/plugins directory of your WordPress installation. Use an FTP or SFTP client to upload the contents of your Invoicepress archive to the new directory that you just created on your web host.

  3. Log in to the WordPress Dashboard and activate the Invoicepress plugin.

  4. Once the plugin is activated, Invoicepress will be displayed under settings menu or alternatively under WooCommerce menu if WooCommerce is installed and activated.


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  • First release.