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UCC/EAN Application Identifiers

UCC/EAN Application Identifiers

UCC/EAN Application Identifiers

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We have just received a request from a customer to start putting barcode labels on the products we print for them. They were very specific about using a UCC/EAN Code 128 FNC1. I bought Bartender software and went to town, all was good until they started giving me application identifiers that were not in the Bartender AI Wizard for example "978"
I gave up adn just used a Code 128 and Typed the 978 in , they didn't complain yet but I would like to find out if there is a way to add in however many digits to the 90,92-99
AIs? If you want to look at specs similar to what I am dealing with got to: www.hmco.com/fulfillment/sections/04.pdf.
They have and AI listed as "9012Q"!

RE: UCC/EAN Application Identifiers

you know you can automate the process of using bartender with Access or VB  or something
Create template labels that information is sent to the label from some other packages
I have tons of experience in this
www.barcodeone.com

DougP, MCP, A+

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