When your scanner reads the barcode, it transmits it without asterisks.
To create a Code 39 barcode, simply select the text with your mouse and click on the toolbar button.user manual video tutorial
Create barcode labels in Word by merging data from Excel, Access, CSV, and other sources.user manual video tutorial
Simply select one or more cells and click on Selection To Barcodes button on the toolbar. This automatically formats the text, calculates the check digit, and changes font name and size using your predefined settings.user manual video tutorial
Use Excel formulas to create dynamic barcodes. In this example, the barcode updates its value whenever cell A1 changes. The formula simply adds asterisks before and after the text and replaces any spaces with underscores. Optionally, if you do not use spaces in barcodes, you may simpy type:
= "*" + A1 + "*"user manual video tutorial
Select from hundreds of common label formats.user manual video tutorial
Add Code 39 barcodes to your Access reports and forms with the help of included module. Use data tables or queries as your source.user manual video tutorial
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