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Help creating sequentially numbered GS1-128 codes in Excel.


I will be creating GS1-128 barcodes for USPS labels 5,000 at a time. I need each barcode to be sequentially numbered with human readable text below. I need someone to walk me through this step-by-step.
If ~202420554323568~202920209028574521000001~m21 produces the correct barcode, I will need the portion that is 1000001 to increase by 1 for each barcode.
Then I also need to extract the human-readable portion of this code into a separate column with the Mod 10 (920209028574521000001~m21) so I can place it on the document in InDesign and merge the files.
Please help!

Operating System: MacOS Catalina 10.15.7

Application: Microsoft Excel for Mac 16.48

05-05-21     141 day(s) ago    

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Ben

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Based on the discussion, you would like to create a GS1-128 barcode on Mac Excel that includes human readable with a portion/field that includes sequential numbers.

The best way to accomplish this is to set up the Excel file similar to:
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Review and implement the Excel procedure for creating sequential numbers:

Encode the data using =IDAutomation_Uni_C128(D2,True)

Create the human readable using =IDAutomation_C128HR(D2,True)

Alternatively, the IDAutomation Barcode Label Software can easily create sequentially numbered labels and it may be easier to implement than Excel and InDesign.

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