Universal Barcode Maker is a permanent free barcode label design and printing software, it ease to use, just need a few quick mouse motions, you can print batch various barcodes in any Windows compatible printer, or export to many popular formats graphic files --- Png, Bmp, Emf, the printed barcode label can be paste to the shipping label, invoice, the generated barcode images can be imported into Graphic design software, desktop publishing, word processing software or the reporting program, etc. This barcode software has some unique function: it can print barcode label on common office use A4 paper with a laser or inkjet printer, the effect will be better if use the sticky label paper, and it also can work with the professional barcode label printer.
This barcode maker program can add in barcodes to MS Excel or Word, so it can cooperative work with Excel or Word to make complex barcode label, some label has lots of contents are contained, for example, a product packing box label may including delivery address, supplier number, name, date code, quantity, logo, etc. Usually, people use professional bar code label design software to design these barcode labels, but these software are expensive and not easy to learn, now, Universal Barcode Maker provides you a alternative solution, it is free and simple --- you can designing and print all kind of bar code labels with MS Excel or Word, then add in barcode images to Excel or Word file, then print the barcodes. This is good choice for most of the people are skillful at applying Excel or Word, so no need to learn those complex and professional bar code label design software again. Excel and Word's feasible and strong document format editing and printing function can be used to design barcode label. And output the professional bar code labels, this is equivalent to add in barcode fonts to Word and Excel.
|Ages||8-14 years old|
|Title||Chocolate Bar Maker|
Universal Barcode Maker launches a drab but very functional interface. Although it displays a number of fields, drop-down menus and radio buttons, the items are cleverly arranged in categories according to the steps to follow in creating barcodes, so understanding how to use the app requires only a minute or so. This neat little app performed nicely in our tests, responding quickly to our prompts. We liked that it offered flexibility in how we could create bars by entering either text--single or multiple lines--or specify a sequence of numbers within a range, or import data from an Excel spreadsheet. We also appreciated that the app didn't lock us into a single display method: the formatting options provided flexibility in the appearance of the final barcode, including fonts, so we could generate different types of codes depending on their use. Printing multiple or single codes to labels was a snap.
All in all we had a terrific time with the chocolate bar maker. My only negative thought was that because the kids were so excited and diving in so quickly I didn’t have time to make some of the more fancy bars possible for myself. For example, in the instructions there are recipes for Tiramisu, salty & sweet bars & fruit & nut bars among others – perhaps I’ll just have to wait until the kids are asleep and make some then!