What Can OnMerge Barcodes Do for You?
OnMerge Barcodes

OnMerge Barcodes makes it easy to insert barcodes into Microsoft Word documents. With OnMerge Barcodes, it's easy to make unique barcodes from variable data or a database using Word's mail merge feature. And, you can just as easily create one-off barcodes from hard-coded data.

There are several barcode addins available for Word, and OnMerge Barcodes is unique because:

  • No special fonts are needed
  • You can produce any size of barcode
  • No special data processing is needed -- just use regular mail merge data or type in your own data
  • Works with labels and other "more than one record per page" layouts
  • No need to compute "check digits"
  • Barcodes are "live previewed" on-screen, including mail-merged barcodes, next/previous records, etc
  • Barcodes can be mail merged directly to fax, email or your printer
  • Multiple data fields can be easily merged into a single barcode, for example FirstName + LastName + MemberID
  • Warns about invalid data records
  • Works with many types of legacy data, such as data formatted for old-style Code39 fonts
Some uses of OnMerge Barcodes include:
  • Printing postal barcodes to receive postal discounts
  • ID Cards, library cards, all sorts of cards
  • Badges
  • Packaging
  • Labels, shelf tags
  • Placing QR Codes on business cards, signage, advertising,...
  • Inventory and stock management
  • Business Forms
  • Document and file tracking in the office
  • Production tracking
  • Equipment and parts tracking
  • Package tracking
  • Returned mail tracking
  • Scannable in-house catalogs, product listings, information sheets
  • ... or tell us what you're using OnMerge Barcodes for!

How it works

OnMerge Barcodes is a Microsoft Word Add-In which adds to Word's existing features without changing the way you're used to working with Word.

After installing, simply:

  1. Click on the OnMerge Barcode icon on the Mailings tab to bring up the dialog box.
  2. Select the type of barcode you need, as well as its size, color, etc.
  3. Enter the data to code into the barcode or, if you're doing a mail merge, point and click to choose database fields that will supply data during mail merge.