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Using QR BARCODE with ms access 2003 - 2010

Posted on 2012-04-06
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Hi:
Can I use QR BARCODE with ms access
If so, then what do I need to complete this task please.
I mean what dll, ocx, api … etc do I need and how to use it.
What type of devices do I need to read QR Barcode is sutable to ms access?
Does it need specific printer to deal with it , or any type of printers?
Please help me.
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Question by:Mohammad Alsolaiman
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QR code is not too much different for other barcodes when it comes to using in reports and printing, so the only recommandation is use a library that you are comfortable to use or afford to buy if you don't find a freeware one.

One ideea to start from is http://strokescribe.com/en/create-barcode-access-2010.html - is a "commercial" one but it has an example especially for Access 2010.
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by:Mohammad Alsolaiman
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"luconsta"
I had follow up the URL but no any mention to QR BARCODE (the new barcode)!
OR Maybe there is  something I couldn't understand !
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The link provide the "generic use in Access 2010" so to use it with QR you should select the "Alphabet" to be "QR CODE".
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by:Mohammad Alsolaiman
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Here is a screen shot of my ActiveX control , but no "StrokeScribe Control". Is there any way to add it to my ActiveX control list?
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Did you download and install their SDK?... Otherwise will not appear in the ActiveX list.
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Oh you'r right , i didn't notice that i have to download and install their SDK, i'll try it soon , in sha'a allah
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Thanks a lot : luconsta
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