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Bar Code generator/printer

  Date: Feb 12    Category: Unix / Linux / Ubuntu    Views: 1036

Need an app where I can enter a bar code number on the keyboard and get a print
of the actual bar code bars.



8 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered On: Feb 12    
Answer #2    Answered On: Feb 12    

Barcode Generator online
and find one you can access without downloading software.
QR code Generator online and find a QR code generator.

Answer #3    Answered On: Feb 12    

There's different coding of bar codes and Code39 is the most universal. Most
bar code readers will read code39. Depending on what type of bar code language
you require. There is an extension for Libre and Open Office for bar codes.

Answer #4    Answered On: Feb 12    

Google 3of9 fonts. There are a couple of free ones out there. Type your text
into any word processor or spreadsheet, select it, and change to your 3of9 font.
Note: in many cases you will need to put an asterisk (*) before and after your
text to get a valid 3of9 bar code. If you want a different bar code (like UPC)
just find an appropriate font. This won't work for 2D bar codes; you will need
an application for that.

Answer #5    Answered On: Feb 12    

There are a few online barcode generators, including several QR 2d code
generators. Just google online barcode generator or QR
code generator.

Answer #6    Answered By: Fe Fsrfewr     Answered On: Aug 13

i found this online barcode generator for you. it is able to create different types of barcodes and have it print out. give it a try. www.rasteredge.com/.../

Answer #7    Answered By: Danel Clouch     Answered On: Aug 23

Here is a good barcode generator I used before:

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