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Using Visual Basic Macros in Excel, Access, and Word

This bar code 128 font set also includes Visual Basic macros. These macros work directly in software products like Excel, Access, and Word. You can use them to convert your data into bar code format right inside of each of these products. For example, build whole lists of bar codes in Excel or Access and use Word's mail merge abilities to bar code every individual document you print.

AutoSense()

Converts the input text data into a complete bar code 128, using subset s B & C to minimize bar code length. The function adds the Start code, appends the data, calculates and adds the checksum, and puts the Stop code at the end. This result must be formatted with one of the Code 128C typefaces.

Bar128A()

Converts the input text data into a complete bar code 128, subset A. The function adds the Start code, appends the data, calculates and adds the checksum, and puts the Stop code at the end. This result must be formatted with one of the Code 128AB typefaces.

Bar128B()

Converts the input text data into a complete bar code 128, subset B. The function adds the Start code, appends the data, calculates and adds the checksum, and puts the Stop code at the end. This result must be formatted with one of the Code 128AB typefaces

Bar128C()

Converts the input text data into a complete bar code 128, subset C. The function adds the Start code, throws away all non-numeric data, adds a leading zero if there aren't an even number of digits in the data, converts the numeric data into number pairs, calculates and adds the checksum, and puts the Stop code at the end. This result must be formatted with one of the Code 128C typefaces

Bar128Aucc()

Converts the input text data into a complete UCC/EAN bar code 128, subset A. The function adds the Start code, the FNC1, appends the data, calculates and adds the checksum, and puts the Stop code at the end. This result must be formatted with one of the Code 128AB typefaces

Bar128Bucc()

Converts the input text data into a complete UCC/EAN bar code 128, subset B. The function adds the Start code, the FNC1, appends the data, calculates and adds the checksum, and puts the Stop code at the end. This result must be formatted with one of the Code 128AB typefaces

Bar128Cucc()

Converts the input text data into a complete UCC/EAN bar code 128, subset C. The function adds the Start code, the FNC1, throws away all non-numeric data, adds a leading zero if there aren't an even number of digits in the data, converts the numeric data into number pairs, calculates and adds Code 128C typefaces

SCC14()

Converts the input text data into a complete SCC-14 bar code. This function adds the Start code, the FNC1, the AI of 01, throws away all non-numeric data, converts the numeric data into number pairs, calculates and adds the mod 10 and mod 103 checksums and then the Stop character. Your data must be exactly 11 digits long.

SCC14checkdigit(

Returns just the mod 10 SCC-14 check digit

SSCC18()

Converts the input text data into a complete SSCC-18 bar code. This function adds the Start code, the FNC1, the AI of 00, throws away all non-numeric data, converts the numeric data into number pairs, calculates and adds the mod 10 and mod 103 checksums and then the Stop character. Your data must be exactly 15 digits long.

SSCC18checkdigit()

Returns just the mod 10 SSCC-18 check digit

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