Code 39 package contains 48 different Code 39 barcode fonts in several formats for
optimal compatibility. Purchase of this package also provides the rights to use
IDAutomation font encoder tools, macros and source code for integration into
Details for the Code 39 Barcode Font Package
Easy To Use:
|"We really like your Code 39 fonts. The ratio and spacing of the glyphs allows them to survive multiple generations of degradation (scanning or faxing) and still be recognizable by our commercial forms scanners. It was this degradation problem that started me on the search for a better font which resulted in selecting IDAutomation"
- LeRoy Tavares, American National Insurance Company, Galveston, Texas
Code 39 barcodes may be generated from a
font encoder or a
calculated field to dynamically
produce multiple barcode symbols. To manually create a barcode that encodes the
data "BARCODE39", perform the following:
1. Enter * as the start character
2. Enter "BARCODE39" which is the data to be encoded
3. Enter * as the stop character
4. Select only *BARCODE39* and change the font for that text
The parentheses ( ) may also be used instead of "!" (exclamation point) or
"*" (asterisk) as the start and stop code to eliminate the "*" (asterisk) from appearing in the human
readable version of the fonts.
Industry Standard Support:
These Code 39 barcode fonts were developed
according to AIM, ANSI and European EN 800 standards.
Calculated Fields may be easily used with code 39 fonts in applications
that support this feature. When it is necessary to use the Code39Mod43() function, such as for
IDAutomation provides over 30 Font Encoders
to support checksum calculations including:
- User Tools:
- Developer Tools:
Complete Index of Font Encoders
Microsoft Word Compatibility:
A Word mail-merge barcode example is
provided in the package.
Space Character Support:
The latest version of this font package offers several options to encode the space character:
- When using the standard fonts, substitute the "=" (equal) or "_" (underscore) character for the space
- Font Encoders may
be used to
perform automatic conversion within several supported applications and
"The Code 39 Barcode Font provided by IDAutomation enabled us to ship resources
quicker, with less errors and less human intervention. The process is largely
due to the 'scanable' Packing Slip ID merged to a MS Word document with the Code
39 Font for the ID Bar Code. Other processes we considered required programming
solutions prior to printing packing slips in order to achieve the checksum value
required. Using the Code 39 Font, no programming was required apart from setting
up the MS Word Template with the required MS Excel spreadsheet." - Al
Ebel, IS Manager, Focus on the Family
Symbol Encoded Fonts
may be used to
encode the space character
without a substitution character; available in the latest version.
Advanced Font Design:
These Code 39 fonts have been specially
designed to produce dependable barcodes of all sizes. The
IDAutomation Linear USB Scanner easily and dependably scans the Code 39
barcode when printed as small as 6 points.
Low Resolution Printer Support:
IDAutomation's Code 39 Barcode Fonts
are designed to
print precisely on 203 DPI thermal printers and 300 DPI printers
in addition to higher resolution printers.
A full set of
Extended Code 39 Fonts are included
to easily encode lower-case characters in
addition to upper-case characters and numbers.
Symbol Encoded Fonts:
symbol encoded fonts
in the package will usually show the font in its own name, making it easier to
select the desired font within Windows applications.
Web Fonts Provided:
With a purchase of the Developer License or above,
Fonts are included in WOFF, EOT and SVG formats to easily display
barcodes in any web browser.