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Sequentially incremental numbered GS1-128 barcodes in Excel


I need help creating incremental sequentially numbered GS1-128 codes in Excel. I need each barcode to be sequentially numbered, (example 1000530-0721A). I will need the portion that is 1000530 to increment by 1 for each barcode & the last portion -0721A to remain static. I need someone to walk me through this step-by-step.
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09-14-21     9 day(s) ago    

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It is possible to generate sequentially incremental numbers in Excel with a formula that includes the ROW() function. For example, enter the formula of:
= 1000530 + ROW() & "-0721A"
in any cell and that would create 1000541-0721A in a cell of row 11. Copy the cell with the formula and paste it into the header cell at the top of the spreadsheet and it will fill the entire column up with this formula.

If that does not meet your requirements, we recommend IDAutomation Barcode Label Software which offers better incremental options when using Excel as the data source.

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