Wednesday, February 08, 2012

How to Make UPC Barcodes in Excel

Needing a UPC barcode for your product/s really is a measure of success. It means you're working with established retailers or distributors who are fully engaged in the retail channel, upping the chances that your widget will be a winner. You're probably just days away from becoming a thousandaire! Hurray! Congratulations!

Once you've got your raw UPC numbers from GS1 (or from us!), you're ready to turn them into UPC barcodes. When you've got a lot of products, you'll have a lot of UPC numbers. And when you have a lot of UPC numbers the best place to manage them is in an Excel spreadsheet. And when your UPC numbers are in an Excel spreadsheet, UPCTools makes it easy, easy, easy to quickly turn them all into those lines and spaces we all know and love.


  1. Great video, thanks for the sharing.

    Will the (unintentional) wonders of Microsoft Office never cease?

  2. Nice software! I created a barcode scanner for the iPhone called Scanalyzer that I would love to have you guys use/review/blog about, etc... We have a sale going on our paid version, which would be a great hook for an article.

    If you're interested, you can check it out here: I'd love to build some good relationships with more barcode developer types, so please drop me a line if you get a chance.

  3. I absolutely agree with this post such as UPC barcode for your product really is a measure of success. I see this video its looks really very nice and informative. So thanks for share this valuable post.
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  4. Wow, this sounds like fun to create ^_^