The Barcode Add in for Word and Excel extends Microsoft Word and Excel with a practical helper for the quick creation of barcodes. The plugin for MS Office 2003 – 2013 latches directly into the program and converts a button text or information from cells in corresponding barcodes to.
Preparations for the Barcode Add in for Word and Excel Download
It’s actually quite easy to get the bar code tool to work, but a few things have to be observed. Then bring, for example, only the Barcode Add-In itself first nothing. If you want to a Create barcode with Excel, a corresponding font is also required. If such an already installed on your system, the next step is unnecessary. If not, is enough to test the installation of a trial version, such as the IDAutomation Code 128 Barcode Fonts. Which should then be optimally installed before the add-in itself. Its font provided understands the office tool then using common standards such as Code 39, ITF, Code 93, Code 128, UPC, EAN, GS1-128, MSI, USPS Postnet etc. By the way: In the catalog you will find freeware another free program downloads Office for various other applications. If the font built into the system, you then install the extension. In the downloaded archive there are separate versions for Office 2003 and subsequent versions, each including a setup. The complicated manual copying files, as it was often necessary in earlier days, so unnecessary. The tool should now be visible in Word and Excel in the Add-ins. If not, has brought the desired results in our case, a Windows restart.
Create barcodes with Excel and Word
The slightly annoying after installation Barcode Add in for Word and Excel Download but then runs wild in a simple handling. So give users so just the data in Excel, which they want to convert to bar code. Important: Not all Barcode Fonts support the German umlauts ä, ö and ü. Accordingly, it can lead to inconsistencies, umlauts are indeed incorporated in the result, but not in code font. So it is recommended that the counterparts ae, oe, and ue dodge.
The further steps to create barcode with Excel are simple: just click Add-Ins on the top of the Office application to display the bar code add-in. Now users select just the cell (s) that you want to convert barcode and the desired font, click Change to Barcode and that’s it. The following video shows the steps are explained again in the moving image.
convert data into barcode: What a separate add-in?
Just who has a variety of different fonts installed on the system, the question will have to answer for yourself: The Finding the correct fonts in the menu of Excel and Word can sometimes be an ordeal because just long name in the far too little window incorrect are legible.