UPC-A barcode ( plus UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8, ISBN and Bookland), is everywhere today.
EAN13 barcode encodes 12 digits of numeric data and a check digit. What EAN13 encodes is also called GTIN13.
UPCA barcode encodes 11 digits of numeric data plus a check digit. UPC-A can be considered to be a subset of EAN13 with the first number system digit set to zero.
What UPC-A encodes is also called GTIN12.
Bookland barcode is a variation of EAN-13 barcode that always start with number "978".
UPCE, EAN8 encodes 8 digits data plus a check digit. What UPCE and EAN8 encodes is also called GTIN8.
UPC-A, EAN13 and Bookland require checksum digit to be appended at rear end of data.
If you use Barcodesoft UPCA EAN13 fonts to print bar code, please use our Encoder to calculate checksum for you. You can also find source code in VBA and C language of UPC-A EAN13 checksum calculation in the package.
There are 6 fonts contained in the package as listed below, marked by different trailing aspect ratio indicators. Barcodesoft UPCA EAN13 barcode fonts vary in aspect ratios.
Barcodesoft UPCA EAN13 Demo is fully functional even with the "Demo" watermark.
Barcodesoft UPCA EAN13 barcode fonts are available in true type, PostScript and PCL formats and can be embedded into Adobe PDF files.
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