This new Intelligent Mail (IMb) Barcode Font generates multiple USPS barcodes including IMb Tracing, IMpb, IM Tray Labels, OneCode Confirm and ACS, Postnet and the IM Container Barcode. This package also includes a code-128 font that is used to generate the Intelligent Mail Packing Barcode, Intelligent Mail Container barcode and the GS1-128 delivery confirmation barcode.
New 2016 Updates for the USPS Postnet & Intelligent Mail Barcode Font Package:
* Added USPS IMb Font Encoder Application to the package. * Updated FileMaker examples to include custom functions instead of requiring a plugin. * Resolved an issue where the uninstall icon may not appear in the start menu on Windows 10.
The package contains several font versions in many font formats (including TrueType, PostScript, OpenType and PCL) for Windows, Mac, Linux and a variety of other operating systems. The download includes examples for Crystal Reports, FileMaker Pro, OpenOffice Calc, Microsoft Excel, Word and Access. In addition, over 30 font tools and encoders are available for easy integration into many different applications and introducing the easy-to-use Microsoft Excel and Word Barcode Add-in. Native source code is also available to process the font encoding, which includes C++, C#.NET and Java code. With a purchase of the Developer License or above, a full set of Web Fonts are included in WOFF, EOT and SVG formats to easily display barcodes in any web browser. For more information about the USPS Intelligent Mail Barcode Fonts Package and to download a demo of the package, please visit: http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-fonts/usps-intelligent-mail/
Version 2016 updates include: • Added USPS IMb Font Encoder Application to the package. • Updated FileMaker examples to include custom functions instead of requiring a plugin. • Resolved an issue where the uninstall icon may not appear in the start me
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Main features: * operates under all Windows operating systems from Windows v 3.1 onward; * All-in-one concept: only one file... ...