This sample source code below will display you how to create barcode from excel with barcode sdk in VBScript. ByteScout Premium Suite is the bundle that includes twelve SDK products from ByteScout including tools and components for PDF, barcodes, spreadsheets, screen video recording and you can use it to create barcode from excel with barcode sdk with VBScript.
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' This example demonstrates reading values from Excel file and generating PDF417 barcodes. ' Please install Bytescout Spreadsheet SDK before run this example: ' https://bytescout.com/products/developer/spreadsheetsdk/bytescoutspreadsheetsdk.html '*** Prepare Spreadsheet object Set spreadsheet = CreateObject("Bytescout.Spreadsheet.Spreadsheet") spreadsheet.RegistrationName = "demo" spreadsheet.RegistrationKey = "demo" ' Load Excel document spreadsheet.LoadFromFile("18_Oct_2012.xlsx") ' Take the first worksheet Set worksheet = spreadsheet.Worksheet(0) '*** Prepare Barcode object Set barcode = CreateObject("Bytescout.BarCode.Barcode") barcode.RegistrationName = "demo" barcode.RegistrationKey = "demo" ' Set barcode type to PDF417 barcode.Symbology = 13 ' 13 means PDF417 barcode ' Set higher resoultion (300 is good for printing) barcode.ResolutionX = 300 barcode.ResolutionY = 300 ' Show barcode caption (remove these lines if you don't need it) barcode.DrawCaption = True barcode.DrawCaptionFor2DBarcodes = True ' Run through worksheet rows For i = 0 To worksheet.NotEmptyRowMax - 1 ' Get barcode value from first worksheet column barcode.Value = worksheet.Item(i, 0).ValueAsString ' Fit barcode into 40x15 mm rectangle barcode.FitInto_3 40, 15, 4 ' 4 means millimeter units ' Save barcode image to file barcode.SaveImage("barcode" & i & ".png") Next ' Release objects Set spreadsheet = Nothing Set barcode = Nothing