Quickly generate Code 128 barcodes from CSV data
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Code 128 Barcode generator

Code 128 Barcode Prep Tool

This tool will generate the Code 128 barcode encoding. You can download these codes, incorporated back into your original data. It displays "zebra" barcodes for reference and validation purposes.

See example below.

Using this tool, you can prepare a CSV file for import into inDesign (with the HP SmartStream plugin) for printing barcodes.

The data that you wish to encode MUST be in the first column of your input.

Test or Validate your data by uploading 100 or fewer records.

Demo

See https://freephile.org/barcode/

The solution is entirely JavaScript, HTML and CSS based. There is no server-side processing, so it's completely self-contained and can be easily run off a local desktop.

Usage

  1. Note that you should prepare your data in a spreadsheet, and then use Save As to export your spreadsheet to the CSV format. This tool does not accept Microsoft Excel files, or any other format besides CSV.
  2. Click the 'Choose File' button, and select your input data file.
  3. After your data is uploaded, a Create download button will appear.
  4. Click the Create download button, which will in turn reveal a download link. (This may take several seconds if you have a large file.)
  5. Click the download link and finally save the new CSV file. This file will have all your original data, plus an added column of Code 128 data.

Your data will appear here

Example

Input : 6139409309059052
Barcode format : Code128Auto
Check Digit : N.A.
The corresponding 128 Code :\

Computed...

Barcode :
6139409309059052

Credits:\

© Copyright Greg Rundlett eQuality Technology 2017

Licensed under GPLv3 the GPL v3
ConnectCode's javascript libraries for encoding.
Jon Ressig's jQuery
and Evan Plaice's extension jquery-csv for handling csv files.