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Description: QK Barcode Generator lets you make professional, ready-to-print barcode graphics easily and quickly. The powerful preview function helps you output bar codes to a printer easily. You can print barcodes on one paper with normal printer.
QK Barcode Generator also supports 90-degree rotate. Barcodes can be copied and pasted. You can save barcodes in many popular graphic formats, and import into almost any desktop publishing or word processing software.
Easy-to-use barcode generation software
Build for Windows NT/ME/XP/2000
Directly copy barcode image to word processing software or image editing software
Support the most popular code style - code39, EAN-13, EAN-8, UPC-a, UPC-e
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