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Azalea barcodes
 

Azalea Barcodes

With Azalea Software, making and printing barcodes in Windows, Macintosh or Linux couldn't be easier. Create barcodes in your spreadsheet or database data; barcodes for any document or template you can dream up!

Azalea barcode software comes in collections of barcode fonts: C128Tools makes Code 128, UPCTools makes UPC, C39Tools makes Code 39, I2of5Tools makes Interleaved 2 of 5, and Azalea's other barcode font software.

All of Azalea's fonts come with complete online documentation, a wizard-like utility that makes one or two symbols at a time, and lots of sample code & plug-in's for applications like Excel, Crystal Reports, Visual Basic, if you need to make hundreds or even thousands of barcodes.

The beauty of fonts? They work with all your favourite applications, eliminating the need for dedicated barcode labeling apps.

Products

 

 

C128Tools

printing Code 128 barcodes in Excel spreadsheetsPrint Code 128 barcodes in your favourite Windows or OS X application. Make Code 128 bar codes including GS1-128 symbols using our barcode fonts and software.

Use C128Tools to create code set A, B, and C, and GS1-128 barcodes. It includes five different Code 128 fonts in TrueType and Type 1 PostScript format. Integrate barcode printing into your existing work flow instead of using a specialised labeling program. (We have lots of free example files to get you started).

Create Code 128 symbols in Excel, Crystal Reports, Access, or your own custom applications quickly and easily. You can also make one or two symbols using our bundled wizard and import them into Photoshop, InDesign, Word, and other applications.

C128Tools Documentation 

 

UPCTools

Print UPC barcodes in your favourite Windows or OS X application. Make UPC version A, UPC version E, ISBN-13, EAN-13 & EAN-8, JAN-13 & JAN-8, and ISSN symbols using our barcode fonts and software.

barcode software to print UPC barcodesUPCTools includes a collection of barcodes fonts in TrueType and Type 1 PostScript format. Integrate barcode printing into your existing work flow instead of using a specialised labeling program. (We have lots of free example files to get you started).

The UPCTools utility includes a wizard that guides you through making one or two bar codes you can import into Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Word, and other applications. Put high-quality barcodes right in your final camera-ready artwork.

If you need to print batches of UPC barcods we have sample code for Excel, Crystal Reports, Access, Visual Basic, and other applications. Add barcode printing capabilities to your database, spreadsheet, or custom applications quickly and easily using our sample code and plug-ins.

UPCTools Documentation 

 

C39Tools

printing Code 39 barcodes in Excel spreadsheetsPrint Code 39 barcodes in your favourite Windows or OS X application. Make Code 39 bar codes including Full ASCII Code 39 symbols using our barcode fonts and software.

C39Tools includes 27 different Code 39 fonts in TrueType and Type 1 PostScript format. This font collection makes symbols in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Integrate barcode printing into your existing work flow instead of using a specialised labeling program. (We have lots of free example files to get you started).

Create Code 39 symbols in Excel, Crystal Reports, Access, or your own custom applications quickly and easily. You can also make one or two symbols using our bundled wizard and import them into Photoshop, InDesign, Word, and other aplications.

The standard Code 39 character set is A-Z uppercase, the digits 0-9, and several punctuation marks ( $ % + - . / ), and the space character. The Full ASCII version of Code 39 supports the lower 128 ASCII characters by using 2 characters to represent characters outside the standard 44.

C39Tools Documentation 

 

I2of5Tools

printing Interleaved 2 of 5 barcodes in Excel spreadsheetsPrint Interleaved 2 of 5 barcodes in your favourite Windows or OS X application. Make Interleaved 2 of 5 bar codes (ITF bar codes) including ITF-14 symbols using our barcode fonts and software.

I2of5Tools includes Interleaved 2 of 5 fonts in TrueType and Type 1 PostScript format. Integrate barcode printing into your existing work flow instead of using a specialised labeling program. (We have lots of free example files to get you started).

Create Interleaved 2 of 5 symbols in Excel, Crystal Reports, Access, or your own custom applications quickly and easily. You can also make one or two symbols using our bundled wizard and import them into Photoshop, InDesign, Word, and other aplications.

Interleaved 2 of 5 encodes numeric strings. The strings must be an even number of digits long or they are padded with a leading zero.

I2of5Tools Documentation 

 

POSTools

Print POSTNET barcodes in your favourite Windows or Macintosh applications. POSTools prints the POSTNET bar codes used for ZIP codes in Excel, Crystal Reports, Access, Visual Basic, Word, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and more.

POSTNET barcode softwarePOSTools is a font-based application you can buy online and download now. It comes with free sample code, free tech support, and our a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee.

POSTNET barcodes are used to encode ZIP codes on US mail. POSTNET bar codes can be created for 5-digit ZIP codes, 9-digit ZIP+4 codes, and 11-digit Delivery Point Barcodes. The USPS prefers the use of 11-digit ZIP codes and gives rate discounts for their use.

POSTNET ZIP code barcodes in Excel spreadsheetIs your mailing list data in Access or Excel? Good because we have free sample code to get you started. Our Excel macro changes your ZIP code information into a POSTNET bar code.

 

 

Codabar barcodes

buy Codabar bar code softwareWhen you need Codabar barcodes, our Codabar font can help! Our Codabar font works with any Windows or OS X application. Because it's a font, integrating Azalea Codabar bar codes into any application, from spreadsheets to databases to reports, is a snap.

Codabar is a numeric-only barcode symbology which doesn't include a check digit. Codabar barcodes are used by express shippers, blood banks, and libraries. Our Codabar font supports all four Codabar start and stop bars: A, B, C, and D.

Use these free Visual Basic functions within Visual Basic or to create your own Excel macros, Word macros, or as reference implementations when you write your own code.

 

MSI-Plessey barcodes

MSI-Plessey bar code software If you need to create MSI-Plessey barcodes, use our MSI-Plessey fonts. Azalea's MSI-Plessey fonts are compatible with any Microsoft Windows application, they're easy to use with apps like Excel, Access, Crystal Reports, or your own Visual Basic applications. Or simply copy and paste them into Photoshop, Word, Illustrator, etc.

MSI and Plessey bar codes are used various settings like library shelf tags and merchandising features in retail stores. Azalea's MSI-Plessey font is available in both TrueType and Type 1 PostScript formats. Our font supports both Plessey bar codes and MSI bar codes.

Visual Basic Code

Use this Visual Basic function that adds "<" as the start bar and ">" as the stop bar to your data. This can be used to make Excel and Word macros. Any necessary check digit calculations must be done elsewhere.

Function AzaleaMSI-Plessey(ByVal yourString as String) as String
' CopyrightAzalea Software, Inc. www.azalea.com
' This function creates MSI-Plessey bar codes using "<" and ">" for the start and stop bars.
' Format the output, AzaleaMSI-Plessey, using Azalea Software's MSI-Plessey font.
AzaleaMSI-Plessey = "<" + yourString + ">"
' yourContainer.text = AzaleaMSI-Plessey(yourString)
End Function

MSI-Plessey Documentation 

 

OCR-A & OCR-B

Creating OCR-A or OCR-B text is fast and painless when you use Azalea’s OCR-A/OCR-B. Compatible with any Microsoft Windows, Macintosh or Linux/UNIX application, the fonts in Azalea OCR-A/OCR-B are rock-solid and oh so easy to use. Create OCR-A or OCR-B text in any document, labeling, database or design application you have on hand!

OCR-A fonts & softwareOCR stands for Optical Character Recognition. Optical character recognition is the mechanical or electronic translation of images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text (usually captured by a scanner) into machine-editable text. OCR-A or OCR-B fonts are used wherever these error-free machine-readable symbols are required.

First patented in Germany in 1929, OCR-A symbols have a squared-off, "geometric" look. OCR-B was designed in 1968 as the European counterpart to OCR-A. The United States Postal Service has been using OCR machines to sort mail since 1965, and many industry specifications call for an OCR-A or OCR-B font.

 

2 of 5 non-interleaved barcodes for Windows

about 2 of 5 bar code software2 of 5 (non-interleaved) barcodes aren’t used as widely as the more popular Interleaved 2 of 5. 2 of 5 barcodes are used on some airline tickets, in photofinishing labs, and industrial settings. 2 of 5 barcodes encode numeric data and therefore has a character set of 0-9 plus the start and stop bars.

One of the oldest barcode symbologies, 2 of 5 symbols do not include a check digit.

Visual Basic Code for 2 of 5 Barcodes

This is a Visual Basic function that adds the start and stop bars before and after your input. It adds the "<" as the start bar and ">" as the stop bar to your data.

Function Azalea2of5(ByVal yourString as String) as String
' Azalea Software, Inc. www.azalea.com
' This function creates 2 of 5 bar codes using "<" and ">" for the start and stop bars.
' Format the output, Azalea2of5, using Azalea Software's 2 of 5 font.
Azalea2of5 = "<" + yourString + ">"
' yourContainer.text = Azalea2of5(yourString)
End Function

2 of 5 (non-interleaved) Documentation 

 

Code 93 barcodes

C93Tools prints Code 93 barcodes. Code 93 barcodes are used whenever a very small 1D barcode is needed. Code 93 is ideal when space is limited. For example, it's often used on electronics components. Code 93 bar codes are compact and have two check digits to provide accurate scans within such a small space.

Code 93’s character set includes uppercase A-Z, 0-9, the space character, and six other characters: - . / + $ % The four control codes are mapped to “a”, “b”, “c”, and “d”. These are often referred to as “$”, “/”, “%”, and “+”.

In Code 93, “<” forms the start bar and “>” makes the stop bar. Every Code 93 bar code has two check digits, referred to as the C and K check digits. A properly constructed Code 93 bar code symbol is of the form: <1234CK> with C and K as the two required check digits.

Use our free sample code to call our Code 93 font from within another application. Our Visual Basic routine creates the start and stop bars and adds the needed check digits which encode your information into our Code 93 fonts.

Please note that this product prints Code 93 symbols, not the more common Code 39 barcode. The C39Tools font package makes Code 39 barcodes.

 

 

Print Barcodes in Crystal Reports

All of Azalea's barcode font packages include a User Function Library that integrate our barcode fonts into your Crystal Reports project. The UFL adds the start and stop bars, and any needed check digits, creating a barcode from your data. It's a two part process:

  1. pass your data to our UFL

  2. format the returned value in one of our fonts

All Azalea products' setup program installs the UFL automatically. Their UFL and a set of 9 Code 39 fonts are bundled with Crystal Reports 2008. You can install it manually by downloading the 2 DLLs and putting them in the correct location depending upon your configuration.

Download the UFL you need:
    32-bit UFL = (u25azalea.dll + u212azalea.dll)
    Put the two DLLs here:
        C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP BusinessObjects\Crystal Reports
        for .NET Framework: 4.0\Common\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\win32_x86

    64-bit UFL = (u25azalea.dll + u212azalea.dll)
    Put the two DLLs here:
        C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP BusinessObjects\Crystal Reports
        for .NET Framework: 4.0\Common\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\win64_x64

 

 


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