Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2011 07:23:48 -0800
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From: Eric Clark <erclark**At_Symbol_Here**PH.LACOUNTY.GOV>
Subject: Re: Bar code tool
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There are a couple of ways to go.  Order the barcode software - we got it from Wasp - and then create the barcode labels on any Microsoft product.  It's an ActiveX feature.  Barcodes are basically just another "font" that Word or Excel can print up, e.g. on an Avery label template.     
The other even cheaper way is to just use the existing barcodes already on the chemical jars.   
Eric Clark,
Safety & Compliance Officer
Los Angeles County Public Health Lab

>>> On 12/23/2011 at  6:31 AM, in message <DD79CF9EA1A9BD4F953507E549F7CD020112CF1F**At_Symbol_Here**SV-EXCH-IRISV2.VGTIFL.ORG>, Beth Welmaker <bwelmaker**At_Symbol_Here**VGTIFL.ORG> wrote:


Hello All,

I am looking for an inexpensive way to generate barcode labels to inventory chemicals.

Does anyone have a recommendation for an easy way to print these labels or a good software you would recommend?


Thank you!

Beth Welmaker, CCHO, MS

Environmental Health & Safety Manager

Translating Research Into Health

11350 SW Village Parkway - Third Floor

Port Saint Lucie, FL  34987







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