Codabar Barcode Generation on Word
- Provide high usability and maximum convenience for Codabar creation on Word
- Support accurate Codabar creation for Mail-Merge on Word
- Easy integration into Mail-Merge function of Word documents
- Easy integrate with Microsoft Word 2007 and later version
- Mature and professional component for Codabar creation on Word
- No extra hardware extensions are required for Codabar printing with printers
- No extra barcode fonts are necessary for Codabar printing
- All Codabar barcodes are pre-configured according to industry standards
Word Codabar Add-In is developed by Avapose.com to let Codabar creation on Word documents a simple task for users, even without any programming knowledge. Accurate and high quality barcode can be easily created and inserted on Word documents. Besides, full barcode configuration functions provide maximum usability and convenience for easier implementation and customization.
Codabar Add-In for Word - Codabar Information
Codabar a discrete, self-checking linear barcode symbology that may encode 16 different characters as well as an additional 4 start/stop characters - A, B, C and D. It was developed by Pitney Bowes Corp in 1972 and is usually used when using typewriter-like impact printers, which allows the creation of a large number of codes with subsequent numbers without having to use any digital equipment.
Codabar Valid Encoding Characters:
- Numeric characters: 0-9
- Special characters: - (Dash), $ (Dollar), : (Colon), / (Slash), . (Point), + (Plus)
Codabar Add-In for Word - Codabar Generation
Codabar Add-In can be mainly used in these three aspects which are creating a single Codabar on word document, integrating Codabar into Mailings and generating Codabar barcode labels. Detailed information will be shown as below:
Before implementing Codabar Add-In for Word, you need to install:
- Microsoft Office 2007 PIA
- .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
- Windows Installer 3.1
- VSTO 3.0 Runtime SP1
- Avapose.Barcode for Word
Insert a Single Codabar on Word Document
- Open your target Word document and click "Create Barcode" under "Add-Ins" tab to activate Word Barcode Add-In. A barcode setting panel pops up immediately for implementation;
- Move your mouse cursor to the target position of Word document;
- Implement barcode setting panel by selecting "CODABAR" in the "barcode type" pull-down list;
- Input the data to be encoded in the "data" box;
- Customize the properties that are required like bar width and height, image width and height, margins, bar alignment, orientation, etc;
- Click "Generate" to display the target barcode image in the target position of Word.
If there is some requirement to customize the generated barcode, please select it and adjust the needed parameters in the setting panel. After that, click "Update". Alternatively, you can remove the barcode by clicking "Delete" button and generate a new one.
Generate Barcode in Mail-Merge for Word
- Open the target Word document and activate Word Barcode Add-In;
- Switch to "Mailings" tab in the menu bar and click "Select Recipients";
- Type a new list or use an existing one by selecting related option in the pull-down list;
- Implement the barcode setting panel by selecting barcode type of "CODABAR", inputting data to be encoded and adjusting the needed parameters;
- Click "Generate" to insert the target barcode to the main document;
- Switch back to "Mailings" tab and click "Finish & Merge". After that, you may:
- Merge to new document to edit individual documents.
- Print out or scan the barcodes to verify whether the data is encoded correctly.
- Send email messages directly.
Create Codabar Labels for Word
- Open the target Word document and activate Barcode Add-In for Word;
- Switch to "Mailings" tab and click "Labels" in the pull-down list of "Start Mail Merge";
- Select the style of the table in the pop-up window and click "OK";
- Implement the barcode setting panel to insert a Codabar to the first label;
- Click "Update Labels" and all the rest labels are automatically filled with the same barcode;
- Click "Finish & Merge" at last.