Barcode Expert Dialog
The following are details about options in the dialog:
Lists the resource that can be used as the data source for the barcode. The data source of a barcode can be database data, formulas, parameters, or a string typed by a user.
Specifies the barcode type. You can choose from the following: UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-13, EAN-8, Code39, Code128 and Codabar.
Specifies the unit for values of Quiet Zone, Narrow Width, Supplement, Height, and Ratio. Can be Mils (0.001 inch), Metric (0.01 millimeter), and Points (1/72 inch).
Specifies the space around the barcode where there are no dark marks. Most of symbology requires a quiet zone which precedes the following barcode.
Specifies the barcode bar width.
Specifies the supplement (if necessary). Some barcode types, such as CODE39, CODE128 and Codabar, do not have supplements.
Specifies the height of the barcode.
Specifies the width ratio of the thick bar to the thin bar in the CODE39/ Codabar barcode. The ratio box can have only 2 effective values, 2.0 and 3.0. Any ratio values that are not equal to 2.0 or 3.0 will be regarded as 2.0. Enabled only for CODE39 and Codabar.
Specifies the default value for the barcode.
Enable Checking Digits
If checked, the checking digits will be enabled.
Specifies whether to display the barcode numbers together with the barcode. Enabled only for CODE39, CODE128, and Codabar.
Accepts the changes and inserts the barcode into your report.
Does not retain the changes and closes the dialog.
Displays the help document about this feature.