This is a high quality, easy to use barcode WYSIWYG label design and printing software application. Bar code values can be incremented, retrieved from a database or CSV file or determined by VB script.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:47
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: This is an easy to use professional grade barcode label design and printing software application that also contains many advanced features. It contains a built-in, embedded database for creating custom values in labels and also connects to comma delimited text files, CSV files, Microsoft Excel and Access. Barcode values can also be incremented or determined by VB script formulas. Static data can be easily appended to the beginning or ending of any variable data. It accurately prints ANSI and ISO compliant barcodes on any graphics printer, including thermal printers. The Pro version is also available with support for 2D symbol types such as DataMatrix, PDF417, Maxicode, MicroPDF, RSS and Composite symbologies. The Pro version can also connect to additional data sources including ODBC, DSN, Oracle and SQL Server. The download is fully functional and does not contain any limitations on the number of labels that can be printed.
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