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 Please note that the printout of Line 6 in the image above shows barcode spelt "Bar Code". This must actually show as "​BARCODE"​. Please note that the printout of Line 6 in the image above shows barcode spelt "Bar Code". This must actually show as "​BARCODE"​.
  
-==== The barcode doesn'​t print at allusing CODE128C ====+ 
 +==== The barcode doesn'​t print at all (using CODE128C====
 In this example other barcodes print correctly, but some barcodes cause the barcode printer to not print the label at all. So if you can print one barcode but not another one, then you should consider using CODE128 without the C or choosing CODE128A, or CODE128B. The nice thing about choosing CODE128 without an A B or C is that it enables auto-switching. If it can use CODE128C it does, because CODE128C is the smallest. Otherwise it uses the next smallest which is CODE128B then CODE128A. ​ In this example other barcodes print correctly, but some barcodes cause the barcode printer to not print the label at all. So if you can print one barcode but not another one, then you should consider using CODE128 without the C or choosing CODE128A, or CODE128B. The nice thing about choosing CODE128 without an A B or C is that it enables auto-switching. If it can use CODE128C it does, because CODE128C is the smallest. Otherwise it uses the next smallest which is CODE128B then CODE128A. ​
  
faq/barcode_blaster.txt · Last modified: 2010/11/26 12:57 by cliff