SpeechAnywhere 2.34 Listen to web & online articles in Chinese/English. News Reader.
Speak English/Chinese text selected in a normal window. Listening to web while working or learning & teaching Chinese. Specifically suitable for people with vision-problem.
Chinese Typing Tutorial 1.0 A Chinese Typing Tutorial in the form of Slide-Show Presentation. It demonstrates the most-commonly used PinYin input method, plus advanced Chinese input techniques.
Description: BarcodeAnywhere is a powerful yet very easy-to-use barcode creator program which you can trust to meet your barcode everyday needs anywhere your business leads to.
BarcodeAnywhere can generate barcode images in three basic ways:
Output barcode images to clipboard so that you can paste directly into your document.
Save barcode images as image file which can then be incorporated into your document or used in whichever way you like.
Print barcode images directly to a printer.
Generation of barcode images can be in various common formats.
In addition to generating pure barcode images, BarcodeAnywhere has the ability to design barcode layouts with barcode, comment, and line fields. Fields can be colorful, and can be easily edited, rotated.
Barcode layout can have various kinds of background, e.g., oval, rectangle with round corner, etc., with any color.
BarcodeAnywhere supports incremental data, can group-generate image files at once.
2P Label Designer 2.39 Industrial-strength barcode label designer. Supports most 1D/2D barcodes.Supports various data source options, e.g., database, date/time, counter file, etc. Guaranteed to meet the
ImagesInfo Barcode Generator 1.3 Generating common linear barcode symbologies, including Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, Code 2 of 5 interleaved, Code 2 of 5 Standard, Codabar, EAN-8, EAN-13, UPC-A, UPC-E. Very easy
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