Make Code 128 barcodesin Access Databases
Use C128Tools within Microsoft Access to create Code 128 barcodes in your Access database. Our sample code converts your input data into the equivalent Code 128 bar code.
User-Defined Functions for Access
It’s a two-part process: pass your data into our function and then format the returned value into one of our barcode fonts. The function adds the necessary start and stop bars, calculates the mandatory Code 128 check digit, and maps the result into our fonts’s character set.
Visual Basic Code
Some find our Visual Basic functions a good reference point when writing their own code. They transform your data into a Code 128 symbol. They’re provided here as a learning resource.
Use this free sample code to set up your spreadsheet workflow; you'll need the barcode fonts that come with the C128Tools software package when you're ready to save and print the final barcodes.
The C128Tools software package comes with five different Code 128 fonts in TrueType and Type 1 PostScript format, a barcode wizard to create barcodes one at a time, and sample code to get you started in Excel, Visual Basic and SAP Crystal Reports.
C128Tools is $199 a copy (Single User License, never expires). To install the software on many computers or company-wide, we have 2, 5 and 10 year Site Licenses available. Site Licenses cover unlimited in-company installations for the license term. Read more about licensing here.
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learn moreabout code 128 barcodes
- C128Tools software
- Code 128 FAQ
- GS1-128 barcodes
- Code 128 in Access
- Code 128 in C/C++
- Code 128 in Excel
- Code 128 in SAP Crystal Reports
- Code 128 in Visual Basic
- C128Tools character map
"I use C128Tools to make barcodes in Crystal Reports. I run hundreds of reports every year and it's always very easy to integrate them right in."
~ Michael B, IT Technical Lead