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Bar Code Printing

Bar Code Printing

Bar Code Printing

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I am using FOXPRO2.5 Dos version, so I have a problem to print barcode using FOXPRO2.5. I want to know there is a methord to print barcode.

RE: Bar Code Printing

install a barcode font on your PC, then when designing your report, select the barcode font to display and print your data.

Pete Bloomfield
Down Under

RE: Bar Code Printing

It depends on the printer you are using. Some specialist barcode label printers (e.g. Zebra models) have a fairly simple command language for formatting labels.

RE: Bar Code Printing

A barcode font will not work casue its in DOS
how you comunicate to it in DOS depends on...
What kind of printer is it?????

DougP, MCP
 
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RE: Bar Code Printing

You can buy modules that handle the Printer Control Language side these are compatible with Epson,IBM or HP compatible printers. They are easy to set up and work a treat check out www.cobrasystems.com/module.htm

RE: Bar Code Printing

I am using FOXPRO2.6 Dos version, so I have a problem to print barcode using FOXPRO2.6. I want to know there is a methord to print barcode. I can either use zebra printer or okidata dot matrix.

RE: Bar Code Printing

I've developed a Crystal Report to print Code 128 shipping labels from Foxpro DOS dbf files. You can print these on any regular laser printer.

Roz
www.mytrainingdept.com

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