This is a barcode design tool particularly for publishing and library usage.
Barcode labeling is quite widely used in libraries and publishing industries. This is a tool addressed to that market. This solution can help improve library services by making circulation faster and more accurate. Correct tracking of all material in the library is possible. Adopting this tool would not take much effort or re-training for the employees using some other library solution already or installing this is the first attempt at automating library operations. It can support linear as well as 2D barcodes. Some of the standards supported include in liner category Coda bar, Code 11, EAN 13, EAN 8, Industrial 2 of 5, ISBN 13, Telepen, UPCA, UPCE; and in 2D Databar, Databar Limited, PDF417, etc. Preview facility helps design the labels and includes tools like Pencils, Text, Pictures, Ellipse etc. It can let you generate multiple barcode lists using Sequential Series, Constant Value Series and Random Series options.
The final designed labels could be saved as images in JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PNG, WMF, EMF, EXIF and GIF formats. Printing is facilitated by all kinds of possible settings available. When trying out a barcode design tool, you should ensure the codes your readers are compatible with, are supported. The developer site lists all the barcode standards supported. The labels created could be printed on standard stationary that are adhesive backed and a number of these labels simultaneously. Plain vanilla printers will suffice for printing these out. Fonts, its size and color, etc. can be easily customized. This is a good product. It has many useful features. If you were looking for a product like this, this is one you could try out.