Just Barcodes CL Help - Code 128 Command Line Options


Data / number
-data [Data]
Sets the barcode number / data. Required
e.g. to set the barcode data to ABC1234:
-data ABC1234
Notes:
Only valid code 128 characters allowed.
The character sets (A, B and C) are selected automatically.
Magnification
-mag [Magnification]
Sets the desired magnification as a percentage of standard size. Optional
e.g. to set the desired magnification to 80 %
-mag 80
Default: 100
Range: 10 - 300
Magnification choice
-magc [closest | greater | less]
Selects what to do if the exact desired magnification cannot be achieved. Optional
Use greater for the closest available magnification greater than or equal to the chosen value
Use less for the closest available magnification less than or equal to the chosen value. e.g.
-magc less
Default: closest (this chooses the closest available value).
Bar height
-height [Height]
Sets the height of the bars as a percentage of standard height. Optional
e.g. to set the height to 120 % of standard:
-height 120
Default: 100
Range: 10 - 200
Italic font style
-fonti
Uses the italic font style for the human readable. Optional
e.g.
-fonti
Bold font style
-fontb
Uses the bold font style for the human readable. Optional
e.g.
-fontb
Stikeout font style
-fonts
Uses the stikeout font style for the human readable. Optional
e.g.
-fonts
Underline font style
-fontu
Uses the underline font style for the human readable. Optional
e.g.
-fontu
Distribute human readable
-distr
Spreads the human readable text across the width of the barcode. Optional
e.g.
-distr
Text size
-tsize [Size]
Sets the human readable text size as a percentage of standard. Optional
e.g. to set the text size to 120 % of normal size:
-tsize 120
Default: 100
Range: 50 - 200

Example

Generate a Code 128 with:

Command line:
jbccl -sym code128 -data XYZ123456 -mag 30 -magc greater -font Arial -outclip

This produces the following barcode on the clipboard:

Code 128 Sample

See Also
Settings Files - simplify the command line and save common options together.

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