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Create Code 39 Barcodes using the Excel Barcode Generator


Operating System: Windows, Mac

Application: Excel

04-14-22     83 day(s) ago    

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This post explains how to create a Code 39 using the Excel Barcode Generator.
Product Requirements for this tutorial:
Code 39 Excel Generator (Windows and Mac compatible)
• Microsoft Excel

For illustration purposes, the screen shots use the IDAutomation_Linear_2D_ExcelNativeBarcodeGenerator.zip (includes Code 39)

1. Purchase and download the Code 39 Barcode Generator for Excel from the IDAutomation store.
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2. Right-click the IDAutomation_Linear_2D_ExcelNativeBarcode Generator.zip and choose Extract All.
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3. Access the contents of the package (in the VBA folder) and note the location of the the IDAutomation_ExcelNativeLinearVBA.bas. file.
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4. Open Microsoft Excel and enter data.
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5. In Excel, select Developer - Visual Basic.
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How do I add the Developer Tab in Excel?


6. Select File - Import File and locate the .bas file (noted in step 3) to import, IDAutomation_ExcelNativeLinearVBA.bas.
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7. Select File - Close and Return to Microsoft Excel.


8. In cell B2, enter the formula =IDAutomation_NXLS_C39(A2,1).
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