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#1 Posted : Monday, April 4, 2011 6:59:21 AM(UTC)

thummel  
thummel

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I'm using the BARCODE1D class to create a barcode (EAN and UPCA). The "OutShowText" member is set to true so the barcode string always prints below the barcode. For UPCA, the leading digit and the check digit print to the bottom left and bottom right of the barcode bars.

Does LeadTools give the flexibility on the font or format for the numbers under the barcode? Meaning can we use a smaller font and print the complete barcode string under the barcode?.

I am using Leadtools v1.7 with C++.
 

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, April 6, 2011 12:01:41 AM(UTC)
Maen Hasan

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Currently, there are no functions in LEADTOOLS that let you control the font or text position.
However, what you could do is write the barcode without text (disable the show text option), then read the barcode back to obtain the full string with the check digit, then draw the text yourself anywhere you want and using any font.

To draw text on an image, you can obtain a device context handle (HDC) from the image using the L_CreateLeadDC function (C DLL API) or the LBitmapBase::CreateLeadDC function (C++ Class Library).

After that, use Windows GDI functions to draw on the bitmap's DC.

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Maen Badwan
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