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What is a barcode X-dimension?
How to get bar codes over the Internet?
What browsers can show web pages with barcodes?
What image formats can barcode be saved in?
Can your barcode controls be used in scripting languages (VB Script, Java Script)?
Are your controls compatible with .NET, and how should they be used in the .NET environment?
Do any of your products allow encoding a NULL (hex 00) byte?
I have installed a demo version of the software. Works exactly as we would like. What is involved in Licensing this product so that my current demo will display without the Demo label?

Linear Barcodes FAQ

Is it possible to encode binary data with linear barcodes?
What are the limitations to the demo version of BarCode-ActiveX? I tried creating a Code 39 barcode and it only produced a criss cross pattern of a box, is this right??
How can I insert FNC1 into barcodes of the UCC/EAN128 type?
What should I so if an AI has a variable length (UCC/EAN128)?
I use BarCode ActiveX and try to print a Code128C barcode, but for some reason I have a leading zero that should not be there inserted into the barcode. Is it possible to get rid of this digit?

2-D Barcodes FAQ

Is it possible to encode binary data with your DataMatrix (PDF417) barcodes?
Why do I get some other information while scanning and not the information I encoded with your DataMatrix (PDF417) control?
Your DataMatrix barcode ActiveX control accepts a string as the barcode value (DataMatrixCtrl1.DataToEncode). But our original barcode value is presented by an array of bytes. How should I convert our bytes' array into to the corresponding string if I want to use your component?

Programming FAQ

I use you barcode control in ASP code. I would like to know if it is possible to save an image to the disk, for instance, as barcode.gif?
How to create an invisible Barcode ActiveX in Visual Basic?
How to print a barcode from Visual Basic?


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