Barcode Font Package
18 different linear barcode and security types including Code 128, Code 39,
Codabar, Postnet, Intelligent Mail, UPC, MICR, OCR and much more.
Integrates with 32 and 64-bit systems and application environments such as Excel®,
Word®, Access®, InDesign, Oracle, .NET, FileMaker, Java, ActiveX and others.
Includes examples for Microsoft® Word, Excel, Access and Crystal Reports.
Each font comes in 6 different heights in True Type, Open Type, PostScript or
PCL formats for maximum flexibility, in addition to human readable and non-human
- Most barcode fonts require special formatting so that the data will be scannable
when the font is applied. IDAutomation provides
font encoder tools to
automatically complete this process.
- A separate TrueType for Windows package is also
available, which includes many of same symbologies as
the Premiere package, but contains only the TTF font
- Single and Multi-User Licenses from $249, with Royalty-free Developer
Licenses from $745.
Bundled MICR & OCR Fonts Included
is used on bank checks in the U.S. and several other countries.
is used on bank checks in France, Mexico and most Spanish-speaking
is very easy for optical character
recognition systems to read and is commonly printed at 9 points
to increase accuracy in mail addressing.
OCR-B is easier for
humans to read but is still accurately read by optical character recognition
are used to print secured text, names and currency amounts on highly-secure documents.
Bundled Linear Barcode Fonts Included
generates high-density, alpha-numeric barcodes using three
character sets. IDAutomation's Code 128 barcode fonts allow for
printing barcodes for Code 128, GS1-128 (formerly known as UCC/EAN-128),
SSCC-18 and SCC-14 specifications.
Code 39 generates self-checking, alpha-numeric barcodes
that encode letters, symbols
and numbers. This common barcode type is also known as Code 3 of 9, Logmars or
is similar to Code 39, but requires two check characters to create a readable
2 of 5 is used for interleaving
pairs of numbers in a high-density barcode, and encodes numbers only.
Code 2 of 5
Non-Interleaved is a low-density, numbers-only barcode that does not
require a checksum to generate a readable barcode.
is a self-checking numeric barcode that has a slightly high density than Code
39, and can encode numbers and four special characters.
Code 11 is a
high-density numeric barcode that is used mostly in labeling telecommunications
MSI Plessey has been
used primarily in libraries and retail applications such as grocery store
Planet is used
for mail tracking in the USA by the US postal service.
is used for mail addressing and sorting in the USA by the US postal service.
is used in the UK in addition to several countries for mail addressing
and sorting, and is also known as Royal Mail 4 State.
and EAN are used to print GTIN, UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8 EAN-13, JAN,
Bookland and ISBN barcodes.
Mail is used in the by the
US postal service, and is primarily used to
combine the zip code data of Postnet and the tracking of Planet into a single
Documentation & Tools Provided
Several versions of each font type are available in multiple formats
including human readable and non-human readable and are included in
this bundled barcode font package. Some barcode fonts such as Intelligent Mail,
Code 128 and UPC require special formatting applied to the data-to-encode so
that a readable barcode will be generated when applying the font to the data.
IDAutomation provides a variety of
font encoder tools that are free to use with
IDAutomation fonts, which automatically format this special data.
Upon completion of purchase, a download link will be activated to a separate
.zip file for each barcode type outlined above. User manual, specifications and other vital information
in the README file in the root of each product .zip file.
For the most current installation procedures for Macintosh,
Linux, Unix and other operating systems, visit our
installation procedures FAQ.
Purchase of the Premiere Font Advantage Package includes the below font
formats. These fonts are compatible with Windows, DOS, Macintosh, AS/400, Unix,
Linux and others.
- TrueType fonts are provided in PC and Macintosh format. TrueType TTF fonts are compatible with Macintosh OS X and all versions
of Microsoft Windows, including Pocket
PC. Macintosh formatted MTT TrueType fonts are compatible with
Macintosh System 7.1 and above.
- OpenType OTF fonts with PostScript outlines are provided. These
are compatible with Windows®, Macintosh OS X and other systems supporting
the OpenType format.
- PostScript Type 1 fonts are supplied in binary, ASCII and Macintosh
- PCL laserjet soft fonts are also included in this package in
8, 12, 16, 20 and 24 points.
- The Developer License grants the right to convert IDAutomation's
fonts to other formats as necessary including TrueDoc and OpenType.