This is a professional grade set of fonts and tools for printing the Code 39 barcode. Multiple sizes are provided. The download includes examples for OpenOffice Calc and Writer, Microsoft Excel and Word, iWork Numbers and Pages and FileMaker Pro.
VisualOffice 4.02 VisualOffice is a web-based e-mail and collaboration suite for Windows and Unix servers that includes WebMail, Calendar, Tasks, Journal, Notes, Bookmarks, File Storage and Instant Messaging.
TN3270 Plus 3.7 TN3270 Plus is a flexible, efficient and inexpensive telnet client application for connecting Windows PC users to IBM mainframe, AS/400, and UNIX systems via TCP/IP. TN3270 Plus delivers 3270, 5250, VT100, VT220 and ANSI terminal emulation.
Description: Easily print barcodes with this professional grade font package. This new MAC version of IDAutomation's most popular font includes patent pending technology embedded in the font to print extremely accurate ANSI grade A barcodes. TrueType, PostScript and OpenType versions are provided for both OSX and Classic Macintosh applications. Includes examples for Microsoft Excel and Word, FileMaker Pro, OpenOffice Calc and Writer and iWork Numbers and Pages. This demo version is fully functional. However, it contains a watermark in the upper portion of the barcode. For testing purposes, a successful scan is obtained by scanning the lower area of the bar-code that does not contain any watermark.
IDAutomation Code 39 Barcode Fonts 6.06 This is a professional grade, set of fonts and tools for printing the Code 3 of 9 (AKA Code 39) barcode type. Several different sizes are provided. The download includes examples
EZ Barcode Font Package 3.7 The EZ Barcode Font Package is an easy-to-install and use self-checking TrueType barcode font package that allows users to add barcodes to almost any Windows application. The
SAP, Intel join forces to do away with bar codes in shops US computer chip maker Intel and the German firm SAP, the world's leading maker of business software, are teaming up in the area of RFID technology to develop applications that could eventually do away with bar codes on retail items in shops, SAP revealed