This is an ActiveX control that can be integrated into other application and produces barcode labels.
Unlike a complete software solution, allowing to print barcode labels, the use of an ActiveX provides additional flexibility. You are able to integrate barcode into existing documents from programs that do not support it directly. Use of metafiles for generating the barcodes helps customization on the fly. You could print the barcodes at different resolutions and colors without any loss in quality. With programming skills, itís easy to create documents with dynamically generated barcodes of different formats based on data from text files, spreadsheets and databases. For example it would be very easy to integrate the control with Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, Access, etc. Support is available for several language environments when you intend to integrate the ActiveX control. These include such commonly used programming environments as Microsoft Visual C/C++, Borland Delphi/Builder, Microsoft FoxPro/Visual Basic. May be used in .NET applications as a COM object.
Barcode formats supported include the CODE 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, ITF-14, EAN-13, PDF417, Data Matrix, CODE 93 fonts. Text parameters, font size, family and vertical text offset are some of the things that can be automatically adjusted. Manual setting also is possible. With the data binding features built in, this tool can make working with databases quite easy. AutoCAD support is available. If you are into business software development and need to include barcode label creation and printing features, here is a component you could use right away. This obviously is for developers. The publishers make the integration easy with documentation that support your development. A trial integration will tell you if the thing is going to work with your application. It will actually do quite well.