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Easily create & print Code 39 barcodes as a font from several applications - Includes examples for Microsoft® Word, Excel, Access and Crystal Reports - Compatible with Microsoft Windows®, Macintosh, Unix, Linux and others.
Over 30 font tools, macros & plug-ins are provided for easy integration.
Contains Patent Pending font technology to produce high-quality barcodes.
Includes TrueType, OpenType, PostScript and PCL laserjet soft fonts.
Contains 24 different Code 3 of 9 barcode font versions in six (6) formats with normal and human-readable versions.
Supports AIM USS Code 39, ANSI, EN800 and other specifications based on Barcode 3/9 including LOGMARS, LIC and HIBC.
Code 39 (also called Code 3 of 9) is an easy-to-print barcode commonly used for various barcoding labels such as name badges, inventory and industrial applications. The symbology of the Code 3 of 9 character set consists of barcode symbols representing uppercase letters, numbers, the space character and the following symbols: - . $ / + %. The Code 39 barcode is the easiest to use of alpha-numeric barcodes and is designed for character self-checking, eliminating the requirement for check character calculations. Code 39 is used for several standards including:
- LOGMARS (Logistics Applications of Automated Marking and Reading Symbols) is an application of Code 39 used by the United States Department of Defense that recommends a check character. LOGMARS is defined by Military Standard MIL-STD-1189B and others such as MIL-STD-129, MIL-STD-129N and MIL-STD-2073-1C. The variety of fonts provided with the Code39 font package and IDAutomation's Code39Mod43() function in IDAutomation's free font tools allows for implementation of this standard.
- HIBC (Health Industry Barcode) should use a Code 39 barcode format to label all health care products. IDAutomation's 3 to 1 bar ratio in the Code 39 fonts and IDAutomation's Code39Mod43() function in the font automation tools allow for implementation of this standard also.
Features:Ease-of-use - IDAutomation's Code 39 Barcode Fonts may be created directly from the keyboard or used in a calculated field to dynamically produce multiple symbols.
Several Font Tools Included
- .NET Framework Assembly DLL (100% managed code)
- C++ header file
- C# .NET Class Library
- Check digit calculator with Visual Basic 6 and FoxPro source code
- Crystal Reports Formulas
- Crystal Reports UFL (User Function Library)
- DLL for Windows®
- FileMaker Pro Plug-ins
- FoxPro Program Module
- LotusScript Functions for Lotus Notes, Domino and Approach
- Microsoft® Office Macros for Word, Excel and Access
- Microsoft Reporting Services
- Oracle Reports Libraries and PLL
- OpenOffice & StarOffice VB macros
- Source Code in Visual Basic, C++, PowerBuilder, FoxPro and Java
- VB.NET Module
Advanced Font Design - These fonts have been specially designed to produce dependable barcodes of all sizes. The IDAutomation SC5 USB Scanner easily and dependably scans the Code 39 barcode when printed as small as 6 points.
Extended Character Support - It is possible to print extended characters from Code 3 of 9 to encode tabs, returns or lower case letters. For more information about this, view the extended Code 39 barcode page. If it is necessary to encode several extended characters (extended characters are digits other than numbers, uppercase letters, the space, minus, period, dollar sign, slash, plus and percent symbols), consider using IDAutomation's Code 128 Barcode Fonts. Encoding several extended characters with Code 39 is not very efficient.
Low Resolution Printer Support - IDAutomation's Code 39 Barcode Fonts are designed to print precisely on 203 DPI thermal printers and 300 DPI printers in addition to higher resolution printers.
Multiple Formats ProvidedTrueType fonts in PC and Macintosh format. The TrueType TTF fonts are compatible with Macintosh OS X and all versions of Microsoft Windows, including Pocket PC. Macintosh formatted MTT TrueType fonts are compatible with Macintosh System 7.1 and above.
OpenType OTF fonts with PostScript outlines. These are compatible with Windows®, Macintosh OS X and other systems supporting the OpenType format.
PostScript Type 1 fonts in binary, ASCII and Macintosh versions.
PCL laserjet soft fonts in 8, 12, 16, 20 and 24 points.
With the purchase of a Developer License, the fonts may be converted to other formats as necessary including TrueDoc and OpenType.
Installation assistance is provided in the documentation and at the font installation procedures site.
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