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Using ConnectCode with MS Access

Importing the Macros to Access

A sample MS Access database (ConnectCode.mdb) is included with the software installation package. This sample database includes the macros for generating the check digits, formatting the barcode string and adding start/stop characters in the "ConnectCode" module. This sample database is created for you to test out the creation of barcodes in Access quickly and easily.

Displaying a barcode in Access Reports

  1. Launch MS Access
  2. Open the ConnectCode.mdb database file (located at the /Resource directory)
  3. Under the Objects column, click on Reports
  4. Click on the SampleReport. This will bring up the report in Preview mode.

  5. Open the Report in Design View and search for the text "=Encode_Code39([Data])". This is the part which uses the ConnectCode formulas to encode data to a barcode string.
  6. Change the Font of this object to any of the ConnectCode Code39 Fonts. e.g. CCode39_S3. Resize the object to obtain the desired dimensions.
  7. Click on Print Preview to display the Report again
Importing ConnectCode Formulas into MS Access

If you will like to use your own database, you can do the following to import the macros.
  1. Launch Microsoft Access
  2. Click on the menu Tools->Macro->Visual Basic Editor.
  3. Click on the menu File->Import File...
  4. Select the Encoder.bas file that is bundled with ConnectCode. This file is located in the /Resource sub directory of where ConnectCode is installed
  5. Click on Save followed by Close in the Visual Basic Editor


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