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Juan C Rivera 
16 months ago
You talked about a barcode seminar, can you include a section on QR code.  Can Access generate a QR code?  can Access read QR?  Now you got me thinking
This is going to be way cool....

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Juan
Richard Rost
16 months ago
Yes, the Barcode Seminar has been high on my list for years. It's coming! Basically the barcode part of it is easy. To read barcodes, you just have to buy a scanner - $30 or so on Amazon. I'll find a couple that I recommend and provide links. You also need a barcode FONT to print your own barcodes. Again, I'll find a cheap/free one to recommend. I've been out of the barcode game for a few years so I just need to do a little research to find out what's current and available. I've developed many barcoding solutions in the past - both for clients and for my own business, but we're going back to the early 2000s when I still sold hardware. I created a system so every time we received parts from a supplier a custom barcode was placed on each part (hard drive, motherboard, etc.) When that part was used in a client's computer build, it was scanned into their order. This way I knew EXACTLY what parts the client had (so they couldn't swap out hard drives for example), what we had in inventory, etc.
Garry Smith
8 months ago
I don't think you answered Juan's question about "Can Access generate a QR code?"
Richard Rost
8 months ago
Without 3rd party software, no, Access cannot generate a QR code on its own. In the Barcode Seminar, however, I show you how to generate a barcode online, download it locally as an image file, and then incorporate that into your reports.

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