Print your own retail product UPC-A or UPC-E barcodes using TrueType or PostScript fonts! Export as bmp, gif, or jpg. It includes VBA macros for Excel and Access, and BarUPC- a utility which builds barcodes for you and saves them as fonts or graphics.
Features: The UPC barcode is used on virtually all retail products in North America . The only exception is for books, which use the Bookland barcode. Each UPC barcode is a unique 12 digit number including checksum that identifies one specific product. These are centrally assigned by the Universal code council. UPC bar codes can range in size from 1.0 x .25 to 1.5 x 1 in size. The UPC has been used in the North American retail industry since 1973 and there are two versions of UPC bar codes, UPC-A and UPC-E. both can have 2 to 5 digit supplemental code assigned. You can type any UPC barcode into the software and with the click of a button it`ll build a barcode including checksum. You can export them in standard graphic formats. Aspect ratio control is available.
The TrueType and the PostScript fonts used can have five different aspect ratios. You can have barcodes in same height yet different widths. Use the print labels button to select the size of the label you want to print your UPC bar code on. Our barcode label templates cover all standard sizes. Once selected, your label template appears in your word processor, where you can add text and even graphics to your barcode label. Printing sheets of UPC bar codes is easy. If you need to send your UPC bar code to someone else to print, you can export barcodes in BMP, GIF, JPG, or PNG formats. Resolution can be 300, 600, 900, and 1200 dpi.
Overall: Easy to use UPC code printer it makes getting them printed easy too.