This tool lets you design 2D as well as linear barcode labels.
When trying out a barcode design tool, you should ensure the codes your readers are compatible with, are supported. The developer site lists all the barcode standards supported. The labels created could be printed on standard stationary that are adhesive backed and a number of these labels simultaneously. Plain vanilla printers will suffice for printing these out. The preview area helps make sure you are getting exactly what you intended to. It reflects the design change immediately. Levels of undo/redo will let you go back, if you should make any mistakes. The interface makes everything available from a single screen. This includes all the mechanical placement settings. Other controls are easily accessible too. When you are aware of what exactly you need, the labels designing become simple. Fonts, its size and color, etc. can be easily customized.
Labels preparation in large scale is possible. It could be a list of sequential labels or fixed ones. When designing labels you could use graphic tools like pencil, text, ellipse, rectangle etc. Settings are from the interface page. Most selections are from drop down lists. The preview area tells you exactly what you are getting. The resultant labels design can be stored as images in JPEG, TIFF, Bitmap, PNG, WMF, EMF, EXIF and GIF and other file formats. The interface is simple. Just about anybody who has some idea of a barcode, should be able to use this tool easily. This is a very good product. If you are looking for a similar solution, you should try it in your exact workflow.