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How to Create 2D Barcodes in Microsoft Access 2010 using 2D Barcode Fonts

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Published on Aug 8, 2011

This tutorial explains how to create barcode reports in Microsoft Access 2010 using 2D Barcode Fonts. As an example, Data Matrix is used. All 2D Barcode Fonts require its data to be encoded before the barcode font is applied. For Microsoft Access, IDAutomation 2D Font Packages include barcode fonts, VBA code, and a DLL. A combination of the three will produce a scannable barcode.


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NOTE:
As of August 2015, the Data Matrix font name has been changed from IDAutomationDMatrix to IDAutomation2D.
The Data Matrix Font and Encoder Advanatage packages is now named the Data Matrix Font and Encoder User Suite.
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If you are using Data Matrix Barcodes, you may use the formula
=EncDM([Table.Field])

Tutorial:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

Data Matrix Font Package:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

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If you are using PDF417 Barcodes, you may use the formula
=IDAutomation_PDF417([Table.Field])

Tutorial:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

PDF Font Package:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

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If you are using Aztec Barcodes, you may use the formula
=EncAztec([Table.Field])

Tutorial:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

Aztec Font Package:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

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If you are using QR Code Barcodes, you may use the formula
=EncQR([Table.Field])

Tutorial:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

QR Code Font Package:
http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-f...

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