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Working with Barcodes

You can convert normal text into barcodes using Code 39 or Extended Code 39.

Code 39 is an alphanumeric bar code. It can encode numbers 0-9, the uppercase alphabet A-Z, Space, and some symbols ( - . * $ / % + ).

If you need lowercase letters, there is also an Extended Code 39 that encodes the 128-character ASCII character set by pairing existing Code 39 characters.

See Also

Working with Text

Converting Text to Barcode

Converting Barcode to Text

Barcode Tabs in DesignCentral

Creating New Text

Changing Text Attributes Using DesignCentral

Changing Text Attributes Using Control Points

Entering New Text

Selecting Text

Changing Text Attributes

Changing Default Text Settings

Finding and Replacing

Spell Checking

Changing Case

Changing Kerning

Breaking and Joining Text

Changing Text Orientation

Adjusting Text Block Size

Working with Braille Text

Working with Special Characters

Working With Text Styles

Text Preferences

Working with Fonts