Create Code 128 barcodes in any program supporting TrueType fonts.
This package contains Code 128 Subsets A,B, and C, as well as fonts without human readable text. Each version contains 6 heights, for a total of 24 fonts.
You will find various examples and macros, including Microsoft Access, Excel, Word, Visal Basic, and Visual C++. For programmers, our VB and VC++ label printing examples include full source code ready for your own use.
BarCodeWiz Font Tool Our Font Tool is a stand-alone windows application for generating barcodes.
Full-featured source code examples BarCodeWiz barcode fonts come with full featured examples with source code. You may use them as a starting point for your own application or simply reuse parts of code.
Shown here is a part of our Visual Basic 6 example program.
Excel Toolbar and Macros Creating barcodes in Excel is as easy as 1-2-3.
Step 1. Select a single cell or a range of cells.
Step 2. Click on Selection To Barcodes on the toolbar.
Step 3. Your data is automatically converted to appropriate barcodes. Any check digits are calculated and appended if necessary.
Excel spreadsheet functions You may use our formulas directly on your spreadsheet.
In this example, we use the formula =BCW_Code128B(A1) in cell B1. This means that the data from A1 is encoded to the proper barcode string and shown in B1.
Any changes in column A will be automatically reflected in column B.