Barcodes barcodes barcodes ... which ones to pick?

No this is not going to be an article on how to add a barcode to your output ... I'll save that for later. We are finalizing our licensing for our new unicode fonts, that we make available to you. As part of the deal we also have the opportunity to get three barcode fonts from the vendor, we'll have a MICR font too.


So heres the question for you all ... which three would you as customers like? There are so many available but we'd like to get three that you'll actually find useful. If you have suggestions please post them in a comment.


Thanks, Tim

Comments:

Code 128

Posted by Soney Jones on May 02, 2006 at 06:33 AM MDT #

UPC and ISBN would be a great start. Glad to hear the MICR font is going to be delivered standard.

Posted by Jon Burkart on May 03, 2006 at 05:25 AM MDT #

3 of 9 extended would be my top pick.

Posted by Glenn Miller on May 03, 2006 at 05:39 AM MDT #

3 of 9 for sure, but there are others that are useful, just don't know the names off my head.

Posted by Jeremy Tittle on May 03, 2006 at 09:56 AM MDT #

Tim, just wanted to share with you and your readers that I could to generate a bar code image and the reference that in the rtf template . We use XMLP within Peoplesoft. The main benefit is that we do not need to buy special fonts from vendors !

Posted by HH on August 11, 2008 at 03:35 PM MDT #

Code 128 & 3 of 9 extended will work . Regards Ratnesh P

Posted by Ratnesh Pandey on March 18, 2009 at 09:45 PM MDT #

Go with 2D QR Code!

Posted by bractus on April 08, 2010 at 03:41 AM MDT #

Great share :)

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