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ActiveX & DLL v4.6.3a Upgrade installer is attached.
In the Help files for ActiveX/DLL, search for dependencies. That will give you a list of files that you have to send with your program to enable it on others machines.
The four items listed in the Start menu are example programs, created using our tools, to demonstrate the functionality of the product. The full versions of all of the files are loaded on your system and are available in any applicable development environ...
ActiveX/DLL is not designed for use with any language other than English. You will have to set your regional settings to English in order for the control to work.
All that is needed to create a UCC/EAN128 barcode is to append a FNC 1 (ASCI 185) to the begining of the value. Below is a very brief Visual Basic .net example. Private Sub cmdSubmit_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handl...
The ActiveX Control and the DLL for either Drawing or Fonts provide the same basic functionality. Choosing between using the ActiveX Control and the DLL is a decision based on your programming environment and how you want to program. You need to answer...
In Access, using the drawing control, go to the Data tab. In the Control Source field, type =Chr(9)&Chr(9)&Chr(9). For any character that is not typable (e.g. Enter), you would use the Chr function and the ASCII value corresponding to the character.
Uninstall Active X/DLL. Find bckey*.* everywhere on your computer and delete it. Find bcxl*.* everywhere on your computer and delete it. Then, reinstall.
This is typically not a memory space issue. Here is why: Our ActiveX control uses the same DLL to draw its barcodes, and we do not see any problems given that we have more than one of them at a time. In fact, our webpage uses the same DLL to draw barcodes...
Open the Access database on your computer, then right-click on the toolbar area and select Customize. On the Toolbar tab, select WaspBarcodeFactory and delete it. Save the file and try it out on other computers. After you open the database, press Alt-F...
Access 2k UsysRegInfo Table Fix
Make sure when you create the Code 39 barcode you put asterisks before and after the string and use the Wasp 39mc font and a font size of 36 or greater. Also, the box in Powerpoint must be large enough to accommodate the entire barcode. Fontware v5
If the version of FontWare purchased has the Add-in for Access, check to ensure that the box created for the bar code is large enough to hold the bar code. If the symbology used is Code 39, and you wish to simply change the font, be sure to place an *...
Use the font for code 39 (not using FontWare) and put an asterisk at the beginning and end of your data.
Typically when programming in Access, you do not access an object's methods in this manner. Access wraps each OLE object in a wrapper. Therefore, to get at the Symbology Property of Barcode1, you must enter Me.Barcode1.Object.Symbology = 7 Fontware ...
Do a complete uninstall, then go into the Font folder and make sure all fonts are uninstalled. Then go to C:\Program Files\Wasp Bar Code and make sure the Add-ins and Fontware folder are gone. Then go into C:\Documents and Settings\(current user)\Ap...
There is a sequence of events that you must do in order to reset the add-in. Follow the steps below, while in Microsoft Word: 1. Go to the directory "c:\Program Files\Wasp Barcode\Add-ins\Word\prog" and run wbcuninstall.doc 2. Open Microsoft Word...
All bar code symbologies require translation except for Code 39. Simply changing the font will not allow FontWare to do the appropriate translation to create a valid bar code. For the special case of Code 39, changing the font to the Wasp Bar Code Font...
Uninstall the product and then search for the file bcxl32.dll and delete it. Then reinstall Wasp Fontware.
Fixes problems with installing in Access 2002/XP
Wasp Fontware can add barcodes to a merge document by following the steps below. 1. In Microsoft Excel, use the Wasp Fontware toolbar to create your barcodes. 2. Highlight the column that contains the barcodes, right click on the column and select "...
1. Open Microsoft Word 2. Enable Num Lock on your keyboard. 3. Press and hold the Alt key. 4. On the numeric keypad of your keyboard type 0185. 5. Release the Alt key. 6. Type the rest of the characters for the bar code. 7. Highlight the entire s...
1. Start the Fontware program. This can generally be done by clicking on Start >Programs> Wasp Bar Code FontWare> FontWare. 2. Once in Fontware, click on Tools and select Input. Select Active Application. 3. Click on Tools and select Output. Select A...
In Wasp Fontware, Code 128 automatically includes Code 128 A, B, C: Wasp Fontware selects the specific subset based on the data that used to create the barcode. Wasp Fontware can encode Code 128 codes that contain multiple subsets also. We do this by...
In order to create a bar code in a development environment, Wasp's Active X/DLL must be purchased. FontWare does not have the ability to create a barcode in a development environment.
1. In Microsoft Word type an *. 2. Type the string to be barcoded. 3. Type another *. 4. Highlight entire string (including asterisks) and change the font to the version of Code 39 desired. Set the font size to 20 or greater for optimal readability....
All barcode symbologies, except for Code 39, require calculations in order to get a properly formatted and readable bar code. The Fontware program must be allowed to generate the barcode, either by using the bar code toolbar in the appropriate applicat...
Here is the way to create an ISSN barcode using Fontware: Select Ean 13. Enter 977 and then the first 7 digits of your code. Fontware will create the correct barcode and check digit. Fontware v5
Instead of just switching fonts, highlight the string within your Word document that you want to convert to a barcode (this string will include the space you're seeking), then use the Create Barcode button, which accompanies Fontware's MS-Word toolbar ...
In order to do this is in Access, you must have our add-in. In the barcode object properties, in the control source you can put (for example) ="bob" & Chr(13). Chr(13) is a carriage return. Then when you print it, the barcode will have a carriage retu...
Currently you can not serialize any barcode using Fontware in Word. If you are using Excel, you will need to create a column with the numbers you need and then highlight the entire column and hit the create barcode button. It will barcode the entire co...
You can write a formula for the cell and it will automatically create the barcode for you, in that cell. See example below. For more detail go into Help for Add-ins>Excel. =WaspBarCode(val, sym, size, res, caploc, chkdgt, [frm]) Fontware v5
Look for a file on your computer called u2lwasp.dll. Find out where that is located. Then search for u2l*.* and see where those files are located. If the u2lwasp.dll file is not located where the majority of the rest of the u2l files are, copy the u2lwas...
For Microsoft Word and Excel, the Macro security level must be set to medium or low for FontWare to install the add-ins properly. To change the security level of the Macros: 1. Open Microsoft Word/Excel. 2. Click on Tools and go to Macros, then Secur...
This error occurs if you have too many fonts loaded on your system. Remove some unneeded fonts and re-install Wasp Fontware. Fontware v5
Using the login that does not work, follow these steps: 1. Open MS Word. 2. Click on File->Open. 3. Navigate to c:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Microsoft\Word\Startup\wbcawd.dot 4. Word should close down. 5. Restart Word The toolbar s...
Close all applications and reboot your computer. Disable virus protection software. Make sure there are no applications running, including any programs that automatically start on boot, and re-install. Fontware v5
Wasp Bar Code Fontware will automatically calculate a check digit when creating a barcode that includes a mandatory check digit. Any other codes that contain optional check digits can also be calculated by Fontware by selecting the options on the tool...
The FontWare demo does not include the add-in for Crystal Reports. Fontware v5
Unfortunately, there is no way to tell Fontware what aspect ratio you need. Fontware v5
In Microsoft Word, there is a feature that changes text from normal to BOLD if you place the asterisk around the text. This is an undesirable feature when you are working with barcodes. To disable this feature: 1. In Microsoft Word, go to Tools>AutoC...
Verify the orientation both places in the printer driver and the orientation in Access. Close Access and reboot machine. If this still does not work, check to see if it can be printed correctly to a different type of printer (e.g. laser).
Check your margins in Word and set them to zero if they are not. Fontware v1.1
When selecting a Code 39 font for use with Crystal Reports, put an asterisk at the beginning and end of the string you are converting to a bar code. When you print it, the Code 39 bar code will be readable. Also: keep the font size above 20. Fontwar...
In the templates and add-ins section, make sure the wbcawd.dot is checked. Fontware v5
1. Open Access. 2. Click on Tools->Add-ins -> Add-in Manager. 3. Click on the "Add New..." button and browse to the folder C:\Program Files\Wasp Bar Code\Add-ins\Access\Prog. 4. If you have office 97, double-click the wbcaac97.mde file to install th...
Close Word, Excel, Access, Outlook Check for wbcac.ocx in c:\windows\system32. If it exists, go to Start, Run and enter the following command: regsvr32 /u wbcac.ocx After that command succeeds, delete that file. Find all occurrences of the following fi...
Fontware Upgrade to Access 2003
N1181, UF101, and the 390x CCD scanners are contact scanners, they must be physically touched to the barcode you are scanning. The Wasp CCD LR (890x) (long range) scanner is an exception - it can be held 12 to 15 inches away from the barcode, depending...
Download and extract this file on the database server machine: http://dl.waspbarcode.com/wasp/SupportFiles/RestoreBlankDBIC5.zip [1] If you have the Standard or Pro version of InventoryControl, run Restore.bat. If you have Enterprise, you can res...
This article applies to MobileAsset before version 6. On the server: Open C:\Program Files\Wasp Technologies\MobileAsset\Database\SecureWasp Open the SecureWasp.exe - click the Connect (It may say Change Password) button at the lower left for the ...
How to set up employees who have an overnight shift in WaspTime v5, v6, v7: Create/Edit Group Create a group that will only have your overnight shift employees in it. If you already have an existing group that has most of the settings the way you want...