Windows TrueType Barcode Font
dBest Barcode Fonts for Windows are TrueType fonts that may be displayed and printed from any Windows product or report writer including FoxPro for Windows, Visual FoxPro, Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, Delphi, Microsoft Access, Paradox, dBASE, Microsoft Word, Word Perfect, Visual C++, and much more.
dBest Barcode Font Library - Professional Version 2.3 $495.00
Create & print Code 128 barcodes as a font - Supports AIM USS Code-128, UCC-128, EAN-128, SSCC-18, SCC14, USPS, Canada Post and other specifications based on Code128 - Patent Pending font technology produces extremely high-quality barcodes - Supplied with normal and human-readable versions.
Code 128 Mac Barcode Font by IDAutomation
- Generate code 128 barcodes for Mac from a font.450.00Prices start at $171.00
The TrueType Font Package for Windows provides easy-to-install executable for Code 39, Extended Code 39, Code 128, UPC-EAN, Codabar, Interleaved 2 of 5, Postnet, Planet, MICR E-13B, CMC-7, OCR-A and OCR-B - IDAutomation true type fonts are compatible with all versions of Microsoft Windows 95 and up including Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 & 8.500.00Prices start at $85.00
Easily print Code 11 barcodes with TrueType, OpenType, PCL and PostScript fonts - Code 11 is a high-density barcode usually used when labeling telecommunication components.500.00Prices start at $119.00
The Intelligent Mail barcode (IMb) is a tracing, routing, sorting and tracking symbology type based on the 4-State symbology that is used for services including OneCode Confirm & OneCode ACS - This IMb barcode is also referred to as the OneCode Solution, 4-State Customer Barcode, USPS4CB and 4-CB.500.00Prices start at $85.00
Easily add Code 93 barcodes to applications that support TrueType, OpenType or PCL.500.00Prices start at $171.00
Data Matrix is a popular 2D barcode symbology that is capable of encoding much larger quantities of data than standard linear barcodes - The data encoded in a Data Matrix barcode may include text letters, numbers and actual bytes of data such as extended characters, Unicode characters and even small images - Consider restricting the data-to-encode into each symbol due to the fact that many 2D barcode scanners have difficulty reading barcodes that contain more than approximately 800 characters of data.500.00Prices start at $213.00
Add GS1 DataBar Barcode Font capability to Excel, Word, Crystal Reports & more with the easy-to-use IDAutomation GS1 DataBar Barcode Font Advantage Package.
IDAutomation GS1 DataBar Barcode Font Package - Single User License $213.00500.00Prices start at $119.00
Code 39 package contains 24 different Code 39 barcode fonts in six formats for optimal compatibility.500.00Prices start at $256.00
Easily add MaxiCode barcodes to applications that support TrueType, PostScript, OpenType or PCL fonts with this high-quality font package.500.00Prices start at $199.00
Generate Code 128 and other linear barcodes from a single font on Mac OSX, Windows and more with the IDAutomation Universal Barcode Font Advantage Package (TM).500.00Prices start at $119.00
Implementing solutions with IDAutomation fonts provides a high level of scalability with operating system, application and printer independence - Learn more about the quality of IDAutomation fonts - This package contains 5 different font heights in several formats along with font encoders, macros and source code to assist with application integration.500.00Prices start at $213.00
Font package includes many of IDAutomation's MICR, OCR and Linear Barcode Font Packages for one price - Supported symbologies include Code 3 of 9, Code 128, UPC-EAN, Codabar, Code 11, MSI, Code 93, Interleaved 2 of 5, Postnet, Planet, MICR E-13B, CMC-7, OCR-A, OCR-B and USPS Intelligent Mail.500.00Prices start at $119.00
Interleaved 2 of 5, also known as ITF, is a numeric barcode which is used for encoding number pairs in a high-density barcode format - Interleaved 2 of 5 was designed for character self-checking, which eliminates the requirement for checksum characters; although checksum characters are required by some ITF specifications because they do maximize data integrity - ITF barcodes always contain an even number of digits, because a single ITF barcode character represents two numbers to achieve a higher density than other barcode types.500.00Prices start at $85.00
The Codabar barcode symbology is used for various numeric barcoding applications including libraries, blood banks and parcels - The Codabar barcode was designed for character self-checking, eliminating the requirement for checksum characters - However, checksum characters in the Codabar barcode are optional, and they do maximize data integrity.500.00Prices start at $85.00
The Royal Mail 4-State customer barcode, also known as RM4SCC, was created for automated mail sorting processes and is normally used to print the postcode and Delivery Point Suffix (DPS) on letters in machine-readable format in England and the United Kingdom - Royal Mail fonts also implement KIX codes as used by the Dutch PTT for bulk mail addressing - 4-State RM4SCC barcodes are also used in several other places including Singapore, Australia and the Netherlands - The RM4SCC barcode symbology is based on 36 symbols representing alphanumeric characters (0-9, A-Z), as well as start and stop bar characters which are represented by "(" and ")".500.00Prices start at $171.00
Approximately 850 characters can be dependably encoded and read with the PDF417 barcode symbology - High barcode area efficiency means that large amounts of text and data can be stored in a PDF417 barcode - Because the 2D PDF417 font uses Reed Solomon error correction, it can withstand some damage without loss of data - This high-level error correction results in a decrease of PDF417 barcode read errors and is far more advanced than linear barcodes, which use check digits.500.00Prices start at $171.00
Aztec is an area efficient two-dimensional (2D) barcode symbology capable of encoding large amounts of data - The data encoded may include alphabetic characters, numbers, text and actual bytes of data, including extended types, Unicode characters and small pictures - IDAutomation recommends limiting the data encoded in each symbol to 800 characters or less if possible because many barcode scanners do not decode large symbols.500.00Prices start at $85.00
The MSI Plessey barcode symbology was designed in the 1970s by the Plessey Company in England, and has practiced primarily in libraries and retail applications - The Plessey barcode character set consists of barcode symbols representing the numbers 0-9, the start character and the stop character - In the MSI font, the parentheses are used for start and stop characters.500.00