1 Select barcode type
Select the appropriate barcode symbology here.
2 Enter character string to be encoded
Enter the text of the barcode to be coded here. Some barcode types also support the coding of control characters.
3 Adjust size
Size in Pixels
Set the size of the barcode in pixels.
Set the desired DPI here. This specification is used to calculate the real size (status bar below). This value is also saved in the image file as PNG, BMP, TIFF or JPEG when exporting.
Set size to
Here you can quickly and easily select an automatically calculated barcode size.
4 Other optional settings
Select the font for the barcode text.
Decide whether the human readable text line is included or not.
Change the width and height of the borders an the notch length here.
Select the orientation of the barcode in 90 degrees steps.
Switches the alignment of the barcode.
Select the foreground color for the barcode.
Select the background color for the barcode.
5 Use barcode
Copies the current barcode to the clipboard as a bitmap. Many applications support this format and can import and use it. You can determine the bitmap size via the function "Layout & Size" in the menu "Barcode".
Copies the current barcode to the clipboard as a meta-graphic. Most applications can import this format. Meta-Graphic is lossless scalable and very flexible.
Print one barcode
With this function you can print the currently created barcode exactly according to your needs. Enter the position and size of the barcode in millimetres. Example: Print one barcode exactly onto a page.
Allows you to print barcodes on one or more labels on a sheet of labels. Example: Printing barcode labels.