Print Barcodes in Excel

Excel barcode macros & sample spreadsheets
Code 39 barcode in an Excel spreadsheet

Making barcodes in Excel is easy using Azalea's barcode font software. Create and print Code 128, UPC, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5, and other barcodes in your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets in just minutes. Our Windows software packages come with Excel macros that convert your data into barcodes.

• Copy our macro into your existing spreadsheet, or use one of the sample spreadsheets we provide.

• Format the returned strings of text into one of our barcode fonts.


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Read more about how to create and print barcodes in Excel using Azalea software.

Excel Macros & Sample Spreadsheets

Azalea barcode macros and sample spreadsheets automate the creation of barcodes in your Excel spreadsheets. When used with our barcode fonts, you can print labels or forms, do mail merges, and print the barcodes you need without having to reinvent the wheel. The macro does all the heavy lifting.

Our macros & spreadsheets add the start and stop bars to your data, calculate any necessary check digits, and create a string of encoded text. Format that text into one of our barcode fonts and your work is done.

Watch this video to learn how to copy macros between spreadsheets. This page describes copying macros between spreadsheets. Or read this how-to copy a macro from one Excel spreadsheet to another.

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