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Code 39 Barcode Generation in Word - Benefits
Easy to create Code 39 Barcode in Microsoft Word
Just with a few mouse clicks, Code 39 is embedded in your Microsoft Word 2007/2010 easily without barcode fonts and programming skills.
Batch barcodes generation in one time
Terrek barcode Word add-in is capable of encoding a batch of Code 39 in Microsoft Word by mail merge wizard.
Code 39 Barcode Size Flexibility
The sizes of the generated Code 39 in Word is flexible to be changed including image width, image height, bar width, bar height, left margin, right margin, etc.
Code 39 Special Settings Provided for Word Add-in
The "wide to narrow ratio" which means the ratio between wide bar and narrow bar can be changed from 2.0 to 3.0, user can modify the value to meet special requirement.
The "I" value which means the width of intercharacter gap is flexible to be changed.
The start and stop character "*" can be enabled or disabled in the Code 39 barcode.
Code 39 Checksum Character Options
Code 39 is kind of self-checking barcode. The checksum character can be showed or hidden in Code 39. If users want the checksum to be showed in barcode, just set "Add checksum char" to be true. Want to display checksum character in the text, just set "Display checksum char" to be true. Terrek Word add-in supports computing checksum character automatically (in contrast to the barcode font).
Code 39 Barcode Generator for Word - Overview
Terrek Word add-in is a barcode add-in which integrates seamlessly into Microsoft Word 2007 and 2010. Just with a few clicks, users can insert not only Code 39 but also other 40+ linear and 2D barcodes into Word with high quality. In addition, Word add-in supports the creation of mailings, barcode labels by embedding mail merge fields into barcodes.
Code 39 Introduction
Code 39 is also named as USS Code 39, USS 39, Code 3/9, Code 3 of 9, USD-3, LOGMARS, Alpha39, which is a variable length and discrete barcode symbology consisting of a starting quiet zone, start character "*", encoded data, a stop character "*" and an ending quite zone. It is the standard barcode used by the United States Department of Defense, and is also used by the Health Industry Bar Code Council (HIBCC).
Code 39 itself can encode numeric character from 0 to 9, uppercase letter from A to Z, 7 special characters including - (Dash), $ (Dollar), % (Percentage), (Space), . (Point), / (Slash), + (Plus) and a start and stop character "*". Extended Code 39 which can encode lowercase letters besides the characters Code 39 encoded is capable of encoding all 128 ASCII characters.
Code 39 Barcode Word Add-In - Installation
Before installation, please make sure that uers have installed these programs in the machine: Windows Installer 3.1, .NET Framework 3.5 sp1, Microsoft Word 2007/2010 and VSTO 3.0 Runtime sp1.
Code 39 Barcode Word Add-In - Generation
Code 39 Barcode Word Add-In - Usage
Creating Mailings in Word with Code 39
With the following steps, Code 39 Word add-in encodes mail merge fields directly in the barcode.
Create Code 39 Labels in Word with Word Add-In
Microsoft Word`s mail merge wizard can also be used to create barcode labels which means a batch of same Code 39 barcodes can be created in one time.