UPCToolsUPC barcode software
UPC (Universal Product Code) barcodes are used on individual retail products, typically in North America. EAN (International Article Number) barcodes are also used in the retail channel internationally. ISBN (International Standard Book Numbers) are used on individual retail books and book-related products.
UPCTools lets you build UPC-A, UPC-E, ISBN-13, ISBN-9 (Bookland), EAN-8, EAN-13, JAN and ISSN barcodes right into your favorite spreadsheet, database, design or labeling project.
The software package comes with ten different UPC 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.
Are you new to UPCs? Before you can make UPC barcodes you need UPC numbers. UPC numbers may come only from the barcode standards body GS1, or from companies that are authorized to allocate UPC numbers, like us.
UPCTools 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.
Buy online and download UPCTools immediately. You can also FAX or email us an Azalea order form or your company purchase order. All software comes with free technical support and a 30 day money-back guarantee.
UPCTools for Windows: Single User License
UPCTools for Windows: 2 year Site License
UPCTools for Windows: 5 year Site License
UPCTools for Windows: 10 year Site License
UPCTools for Mac : Single User License
learn moreabout UPC
- getting started with UPCs
- UPC Company prefix
- UPC FAQ
- ISBN-13 barcodes
- UPC in Access
- UPC in C/C++
- UPC in Excel
- UPC in SAP Crystal Reports
- UPC in Visual Basic
- UPC check digit calculator
- buy your own UPC barcode
"I've used UPCTools since the software came on a floppy disk! It's easy to use and it's always a hoot talking to you guys on the phone."
~ Shannon T, graphic designer