Printing Barcodes with Microsoft Access Forms





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Published on Nov 25, 2010

http://tec-it.com - This short tutorial video shows you how to use barcodes in Microsoft Access forms.

Download TBarCode SDK from http://www.tec-it.com and install the bar code component with a double-click. After installation this bar code ActiveX control can be inserted into Microsoft Access forms with just a few mouse-clicks.

The data to be encoded as bar-code can be adjusted via a control property which is named Control Source: Just specify the name of the table or query column as data source for the barcode control. Multiple bar-codes (in this video a Code 128 and a QR-Code symbol) can be inserted into a single form.

After the form was designed its content are printed using a Microsoft Access print button. The barcode control can be scripted with VBA (Visual Basic for Applications).

TBarCode SDK is compatible with all Access versions (Access 2000, Access 2003, Access 2007, Access 2010). For 64 bit Office suites download the 64 bit version of TBarCode SDK.

Copyright: TEC-IT Datenverarbeitung GmbH, Steyr, Austria, http://www.tec-it.com

Music: Track Mirteaux from the Album Newborn Butterflies by StrangeZero - http://www.strangezero.gr - http://www.jamendo.com


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