Print your own code128 from Windows! This bar code set includes OpenType and PostScript fonts and adds the ability to print barcodes to virtually any Windows program. Bar code 128 requires a checksum and lets you encode the entire ASCII character set, including control codes. Simply begin each barcode with a special start code, and end each bar code with a checksum and the stop character.
Barcode 128 was designed for high density alphanumeric work. This font set includes all subsets (A, B, C, Autosense, EAN128, SCC-14, and SSCC-18) of bar code 128. Subsets A and B let you encode the full ASCII character set. Subset C is used for ultra high density numeric work. SSC-14 and SSCC-18 are used on shipping containers.
This barcode package includes both the standard (barcodes only) and the human readable(bar codes with text or numbers below) versions of barcode 128. Each of these scalable bar code fonts comes in six different aspect ratios, so you can vary the height and width of the bars independent of each other. This allows you to print barcodes with the same height, but with a different bar thickness.
Our software lets you print your own barcodes on your documents and packaging, or you can print sheets of labels with bar code 128 using our Bar128 utility. This program can also export your bar code as a gif, jpg, or png. Want to print barcodes in Access or Excel? We include Visual Basic macro functions that do all the work for you. If you don't understand bar codes, just run the Bar128 utility program (included in this package) to build barcodes for you. The download version includes a manual in pdf format compatible with any Windows word processor.
Six Subsets: A, B, C, and EAN-128 in both standard and human readable versions
Features: six aspect ratios of each bar code font
Data Type: Alpha-Numeric+ (subsets A and B), Numeric (subset C)
Bar Code Length: Variable
Requires: Laser or inkjet printer with at least 300 dpi resolution
||Free to try
Windows Server 2008,