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Data to Encode:
Encoded Text: 

Barcode Type Font to Use Barcode Type Font to Use
IDAutomationC128 IDAutomationHI25
IDAutomationHC39 IDAutomationPOSTNET
IDAutomationHC39 IDAutomationMSI
IDAutomationC93 IDAutomationC128
IDAutomationUPCEAN IDAutomationUPCEAN
IDAutomationUPCEAN IDAutomationUPCEAN
IDAutomationHI25 na
*
ReturnType  6 HR Text
IDAutomationC128
*
ReturnType  7 HR Text
IDAutomationC128
 

To use the font encoder, perform the following steps:

  1. Enter the data that is to be encoded in the section titled "Data to Encode".
  2. Choose the correct button for the desired barcode type.
  3. Highlight all text in the "Encoded Text" box and copy it to the clipboard. This is easily accomplished by placing the cursor in the box, pressing CTRL-A (to select all) and then CTRL-C (to copy to the clipboard). MAC users must use Apple-A and Apple-C.
  4. In the document, choose the appropriate barcode font and then choose the paste option by pressing CTRL-V. MAC users may press Apple-V.

NOTES: When using Code 128, ApplyTilde is enabled for easy generation of GS1-128. To encode an actual tilde, use ~127.
The Code 128 HR buttons generate human readable text interpretations with Code 128 Fonts version 2009 or greater.
* Code 128 HR may not display properly on all browsers. If this is the case, use the standard Code 128 button instead.

Watch the Encode Data using the Online Encoder video.