The retail industry began using the Universal Product Code (UPC) barcode in the United States and Canada in 1973. The EAN (European Article Numbering System) is a superset of UPC. ISBN (International Standard Book Number) and Bookland is an implementation of the EAN barcode used on books and periodicals.
IDAutomation UPC EAN Barcode Fonts allow the ability to print UPC, EAN, GTIN (Global Trade Item Number), Bookland, JAN and ISBN barcodes from systems supporting TrueType, OpenType, PCL or PostScript fonts on any operating system including Windows, Mac, UNIX and Linux.
All UPC-EAN Fonts require special formatting so that the data, when the barcode font is applied, will be scannable. Over 30 royalty free font encoders, macros and plug-ins are provided to complete this automatically.
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