Barcode Producer can be used in connection with Microsoft Word and other programs to create multi-up sticky barcode labels from your inkjet or laser printer. These are often done with Avery brand labels – full size paper sheets that go into your printer where you can print many labels per page.
Here's how to do it in Word:
- Create the barcode you wish to produce in Barcode Producer, then save it as a vector EPS or bitmap TIFF file.
- In Microsoft Word's template browser, select Labels – use the Label Wizard designed to help you print labels. Leave the address field blank, then choose a label template type. Most of the labels Word suggests are Avery model numbers. If you don't see the Avery label you need, Avery's web site also has downloadable Word templates.
- A new Word document will open with cells for each label. Insert your barcode as a picture from the file you saved earlier, then paste it into some or all of the cells on the page. (Be sure to avoid resizing the barcode so it's big enough to be readable.)
- Click Print, and you're done. 🎉