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How can we create barcode in Adobe form

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 12:35 PM

    Hello prasad,

    can you please give more meaningful name to your threads?

    Thank you!

    The Barcodes are separate type of elements on the form layout. You can find them in the form designer /* ALD */.

    >> You can map the binding of this element to your context, and the barcode will be displayed.

    Best regards,

    Dezso

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2007 at 06:28 AM

    hi Ram,

    goto ...

    interactive form->edit

    the form designer will be displayed...

    goto the <b>Library</b> tab

    here we have one <b>Barcodes</b> tab

    here you have a bundle of barcode you may need.

    drag and drop ur desired Barcode from this Barcodes tab onto the designer...

    a UI element will be created.

    NOTE that this UI element is not yet Bound to the Context.

    goto the <b>Data View</b>...

    It will show all ur context attributes...

    Drag and drop the Context Attribute onto the UI element we just created.

    you will see a <=> sort of mark

    that shows that now the UI element is bound to the Context.

    Now whatever data you put in the bound Context attribute, it will be passed to the respective Barcode on the form designer.

    hope this helps...

    with regards,

    -amol gupta

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