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What You Need to Know About Tbarcode Office 10.3.1 and Its New Features


8 9 tbarcode office exceptions when using extended ascii characters and the extended ascii modifier, the following exceptions must be considered: for bar-code types ucc/ean/gs1, gs1-128, pnm, kix, and mic: the extended ascii modifier () is only allowed for the bar-code region and not for the language field. for bar-code types ucc/ean/gs1, gs1-128, pnm, kix, mic, and ascii: the extended ascii modifier () is not allowed for the characters , , , or . text strings with the above characters are defined and displayed correctly. the barcode dialogs always encode the extended ascii codes. to get around the problem, you need to use for the text strings. see also crt, crtc, and lf. for the printer driver on microsoft windows 7/8/10/server 2008: when using the vertical bar code type (qrcode, data matrix, qr code, maxicode) you must include the padding ` for the bar code region. page 9 of 60




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9.11 tbarcode office user interface 3.1 transition windows (desktop windows) 2.2 transition windows (windows server 2008 r2) in case of installing on window 7 or earlier: the bar code animations are not supported and the transitions are not smooth. if you want the transitions to be smooth, please use the latest windows version. if you dont want smooth transitions, please use the original bar code list drop down menu (default). page 9.1 of 60


31 9.2 installer contents the installer contains: the license file. optional setup wizard to download the vsto runtime for vsto 4.0. the add-in file. the readme.txt file the visual studio project the visual studio solution: the installer extracts the visual studio project into the registry the file userinterface.dll contains: the add-in (exported as a com add-in) the individual.tlb files / interfaces for the vsto runtime. 32 9.2.1 general info the user interface consists of two major parts: an add-in and an interop assembly. the add-in and the interop assembly must be installed in the same location. if this is not possible, there are several workarounds: export the add-in to a stand alone.vsto file. export the interop assembly as a.tlb file and import it into the add-in. create an import function in the add-in to import the.tlb file. note: the add-in and the interop assembly cannot reside in the same folder. page 31 of 60


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