Code 128 Barcode Fonts, also known as GS1-128, UCC-128, EAN-128 and others, can be used on any operating system such as Windows, Linux, Unix and Macintosh that supports TrueType, OpenType, PostScript and PCL fonts.
32Tech Code 128 Barcode Font Pack lets you create, display and print high quality code 128 (including UCC/EAN-128) barcodes in any Windows application. It also includes Office templates, sample documents, help documentation and encoding software.
GS1-128 (UCC/EAN-128, EAN-128, UCC-128, USS-128) and save it as a high resolution bitmap image (*.bmp, *.jpg, *.png, *.tif) or as a vector barcode (*.emf, *.eps), print the barcode on labels and you will be able to include an image on the label.
Easily print Code128 barcodes with this advanced font package. Examples are provided for OpenOffice, Crystal Reports, Microsoft Excel, Word and Access. Includes over 30 tools, macros and source code for easy integration into many applications.
Make a Code 128 (Code 128a,b,c, USS Code 128) and save it as a high resolution bitmap image (*.bmp, *.jpg, *.png, *.tif) or as a vector barcode (*.emf, *.eps), print the barcode on labels and you will be able to include an image on the label.
This Code 128 Barcode Font Package contains 6 sizes of TrueType and PostScript fonts and includes PrecisionID Font Formatting Components. The package also contains complete documentation, specifications and implementation examples.
Code 128 is widely implemented in many applications to encode both alpha-numeric data and numeric-only data. Code128 has three subsets: code128A, code128B and code128C.Code 128A is used to encode uppercase alpha and control characters
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This package allows you to create scannable barcodes in the code 128 symbology. The included encoder creates Variant B barcodes allowing you to encode all English upper and lower case letters, all numbers, and most punctuation.