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IDAutomation releases Barcode Generator Plug-In for FileMaker Pro

February 1, 2008 - Tampa, FL - IDAutomation.com announces the release of their Native Barcode Generator for FileMaker 7.0 and above. The new Native Generator creates barcodes in FileMaker as a Plug-In without the installation of additional fonts or other components.

The Native Barcode Generator is a FileMaker barcode Plug-In Extension that creates barcodes without any dependencies. Once installed, no other components, plug ins or fonts need to be installed to create barcodes;. The plug-in provides formulas that, when displayed in a report, create a FileMaker barcode from an already installed system font. Supported symbologies include Code 128 (Set A, B, C and Auto) Code 3 of 9, GS1-128, Codabar, UCC/EAN-128, Interleaved 2 of 5 and MSI. The fully functional evaluation version of the control is available for download at the IDAutomation.com website: www.idautomation.com/filemaker/native/.

Pricing for a royalty-free Developer License starts at $595. In addition to the Native Barcode Generator for FileMaker, IDAutomation provides barcode fonts, components and software applications that support several barcode types. IDAutomation.com, Inc. has been marketing products for businesses since 1996 and is privately held.

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