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ConnectCode releases updated barcode software

January 16, 2014

This version introduces Barcode & Label, a Windows Store app for label design and bar code printing on Windows tablet.

ConnectCode, a provider of barcode software and fonts, has announced the release of a new version (v10.5) of ConnectCode Barcode Software and Fonts. This version introduces Barcode & Label, a Windows Store app for label design and barcode printing on Windows tablet.

The Barcode & Label app is bundled with more than 900 industry label stock templates, has over 150 clip arts, and supports the generation of standards-compliant barcodes using ConnectCode's Barcode Fonts technology.

"With an elegantly simple user interface, it is designed to let users to produce address labels, inventory tags, price labels and business name cards quickly and easily," the company says. 

The app provides features and capabilities found only in industrial strength label software such as WYSIWYG creation of vector objects, dynamic text/barcode fields, grid snapping, zooming, rulers, label stock customization, undo/redo, objects alignment, multi-objects selection. Both inch and centimeter units of measurement are supported. The app is designed to work on both tablet and desktop Windows 8 and supports users using either the touch or a mouse.

Besides using the Barcode & Label app, ConnectCode Barcode Software and Fonts package also supports the creation of barcodes on a wide variety of platforms and tools such as Crystal Reports, Excel, Word, Access, Adobe Software, SQL Server Reporting Services, .Net/MFC, Javascript/jQuery, Oracle PL/SQL, Command Line, Windows Store App, and Barcode Image Generator.

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