Monday, March 01, 2010

Creating Code 39 Barcodes Using Fonts

by Nate Schubert

Code 39 Barcodes are known for being some of the easiest to create because of the very simple start and stop characters that are required for the barcode to be scannable. One of our newest in an ever-growing collection of video tutorials shows how you can create a scannable barcode using the IDAutomation Code 39 Barcode Fonts.

This useful tutorial shows how to apply the asterisk as the start and stop character in addition to encoding a space or extended characters into a Code 39 Barcode. Check out the video tutorial below. Also available on YouTube.

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