This font package easily generates USPS Postnet barcodes for fast and efficient mail delivery, such as POSTNET, Intelligent Mail, FIM and Onecode. The package contains several font versions in many font formats (including TrueType, PostScript, OpenType and PCL) for Windows, Mac, Linux and a variety of other operating systems. The download includes examples for Crystal Reports, OpenOffice Calc, Microsoft Excel, Word and Access. In addition, over 30 font tools and encoders are available for easy integration into many different applications and introducing the easy-to-use Microsoft Excel and Word Barcode Add-in.
What's new in this version: Added support for Windows 8.
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