TBarCode Office - Microsoft® Excel® Barcode Add-In

A substantial improvement! With the Excel Barcode Add-in from TBarCode Office you insert barcodes directly into your Excel spreadsheet within seconds. Linking cell contents with barcodes (e.g. for printing a list of product numbers or UPC codes) is just as easy.

TBarCode Office - Barcode Add-In for Microsoft Excel

Creating Barcodes with Microsoft Excel made Easy!

Use the Excel Barcode Add-In from TBarCode Office and create single bar codes and barcode lists or barcode tables fast, reliable and in professional quality.

Article lists or catalogues are produced easily: All selected cells (e.g. all UPC numbers in an Excel column) are converted into the required barcodes with a single click.

Working with TBarCode Office is fun. Even more advanced bar-coding tasks, like dynamically linking barcodes with the content of your spreadsheet, are supported as well. Whenever the content of the linked cell is changed, the barcode is updated automatically.

This barcode add-in focuses on easy operation but still provides control of all barcode parameters (barcode type, height/width, module width, check digits, etc.).

Test the barcode add-in for Microsoft Excel for free!

Download Barcode Add-In for Microsoft Excel (Office 2007/2010/2013/2016/365)

Inserting a Single Barcode into Microsoft Excel

To insert bar codes into a Microsoft Excel document please follow these steps:

  1. Switch to the Add-Ins tab.
  2. Open the TBarCode Panel.
  3. Position the mouse cursor in a cell.
  4. Select the barcode type (e.g. Code 128).
  5. Enter the barcode data or use the default data for the selected barcode.
  6. Adjust the size of the barcode (width, height, module width etc).
  7. Click the button Insert Barcode. Finished!
Insert Barcodes into Microsoft Excel with TBarCode Office

How to Create a Barcode List

  1. Open the Excel spreadsheet with the barcode data (e.g. a list with article numbers) or create your own list.
  2. Open the TBarCode Panel.
  3. Mark the cells with the barcode data.
  4. Select the barcode type (e.g. Code 128).
  5. Click the button Insert Barcode. Finished!
Excel Add-In: Create a List with Barcodes

How to Link Barcodes to Cell Contents

  1. Open the Excel spreadsheet.
  2. Open the TBarCode Panel.
  3. Select the barcode type (e.g. EAN 13).
  4. Mark the required barcode with the mouse.
  5. Click "Link to Cell".
  6. Mark the required cell.
  7. Finished! Whenever the cell content changes, the barcode is updated.
Excel Add-In: Link Barcodes to Cell Contents