Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Azalea's Code 128 Software in Excel

When you've got a zillion Code 128 barcodes to create, you don't want to have to make them one at a time. That's one zillion opportunities for typos, transposed digits or fat-fingering your keyboard into barcodes that are wrong, wrong, wrong. And if it's wrong, what's the point? Barcodes are here to make our lives easier, like robot servants and indoor plumbing.

The best way to make a buncha' barcodes at once is to make 'em all at once in Excel. Following this week's theme of video tutorials, we've created an overview of how our Code 128 barcode software, C128Tools, functions within an Excel spreadsheet.


  1. Hi

    Looks interesting

    Do you know whether it supports subset a and b, or does it automatically revert compressed "C" mode.



  2. Our new macros support all three code sets: A, B, & C.

  3. This could make our lives easier. Defnitely gonna look into this software.