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Printing barcode labels

Flash tutorial on how to print bar codes on standard label sheets

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Bar Codes and More Font Set

Print your own bar codes from within any Windows program! This TrueType barcode font set lets virtually any existing Windows program print barcodes. This set includes five of the most widely used bar code types, plus OCR-A and OCR-B. It lets you print your own bar codes on your product packaging, stock cards, shipping labels, or you can print sheets of labels with barcodes using our templates and your word processor.

This package includes the barcode types: 2/5, 2/5 interleaved, 3/9, PostNet, and UPC-A. Bar code 2/5 is used to encode numeric data. Barcode 2/5 interleaved lets you encode very high density numeric data. Bar code 3/9 is one of the most commonly used barcodes and offers numeric, upper case ASCII, and some punctuation. PostNet bar code is used to print barcodes for U.S. Mail delivery. Finally, the UPC-A bar code is commonly used on retail products throughout North America. Our bar code utility and Visual Basic macros calculate checksums and automatically format barcodes for you.

Our software lets you print your own bar codes on your documents and packaging, or you can print sheets of labels with bar codes using our templates. These barcodes includes only the standard (barcodes only) bar codes. Each bar code comes in two or three different sizes. Want to print bar codes in Access, Excel, or Word? We include Visual Basic macro functions that do all the work for you. If you are unfamiliar with barcodes, just run the BarMore utility program to build individual bar codes for you. All versions includes a 14 page manual filled with examples of how to use these barcodes.

  • 3/9 Data Type: Alpha-Numeric+ (upper case only)
    Bar Code Length: Variable - Checksum: Optional
  • 2/5 Data Type: Numeric
    Bar Code Length: Variable - Checksum: None
  • 2/5 Interleaved Data Type: Numeric (even number of digits)
    Bar Code Length: Variable - Checksum: Optional
  • PostNet Data Type: Numeric
    Bar Code Length: Fixed - Checksum: Required
  • UPC-A Data Type: Numeric (assigned by Uniform Code Council)
    Bar Code Length: Fixed - Checksum: Required
  • Font Formats: Windows TrueType
  • Requires: Laser or inkjet printer with at least 300 dpi resolution
  • Works with: MS Word, MS Excel, WordPerfect, MS Access, MS FoxPro, PageMaker, Illustrator, Quark Express, Corel Draw, and many more.

  • PDF Files: These fonts will not embed in a pdf file. Embeddable fonts for pdf files require a special license.