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02/10/2012
Latest version of TraderCode(v5.5) includes new Technical Analysis indicators, Point-and-Figure Charting and Strategy Backtesting.



1/04/2011
InvestmentCode, a comprehensive suite of
Financial calculators and models for Excel is now available.



9/01/2009
Launch of
Free Investment and Financial Calculator for Excel.



1/02/2009
Launch of NeuralCode(v1.0) for
Neural Networks Trading.



8/06/2008
Launch of ConnectCode Excel Training Courses. Get this
Free Excel Training (over 100 pages) now.



7/23/2008
ConnectCode Text Manager - add-in that enhances your productivity when working with text in Excel.



6/17/2008
ConnectCode Number Manager - add-in that enhances your productivity when working with numbers in Excel.



6/3/2008
ConnectCode Barcode Font Pack - enables barcodes in office applications and includes an add-in for Excel that supports mass generation of barcodes.



2/1/2008
Release of
SparkCode Professional - add-in for creating Dashboards in Excel with sparklines



12/15/2007
Announcing
ConnectCode Duplicate Remover - a powerful add-in for finding and removing duplicates entries in Excel



09/08/2007
Launch of
TinyGraphs - add in for creating sparklines and tiny charts in Excel.

ConnectCode Fonts With Crystal Reports

  1. Launch Crystal Report and Open the Field Explorer






  2. Create a new formula by right clicking Formula Field and select New.






  3. Give the new formula a name (e.g barcode128B).






  4. You will now see the Formular Workshop. Set the syntax of the formula to 'Basic Syntax'.






  5. Copy the formula for the barcode that you intend to use from the file CR_Formula.txt (in the Resource subdirectory) to the Crystal Report's Formula Editor. For example, if you want to use Code128B, copy the Encode_Code128B formula and paste it into the Formula Editor.

  6. Modify the 'data = "12345678' statement so that it connects to your data source. For example, change the statement to data = { Employee.Number }.






  7. Save the formula and drag it to your report to create a formula field.

  8. Set the font of the formula field to the appropriate barcode font. For example, for Code 128b, the font can be CCode128_S2 or CCode128_S3. (Note the font preview in the drop down list of Crystal Reports may appear as barcodes instead of barcode names)









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