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    hello there...anyone can help me with the code for barcode...

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    Hmmm? Link to your page? Post code? Show an example? What's a barcode? The only thing I can think of is something at the supermarket.
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    yeah..djr33..something like that...i need to create a form which had these barcode...the user can fill up the form then print the form..so..on the form there will be a barcode...

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    There was a thread about this same thing a while back. Not sure of the thread though, but if I find it, I'll post it.
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    This thread is the one that I saw a while back, but it has a link in it that points to this website.

    Hope this helps.
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    tq..thetestingsite...i'll take a look at this thread...tq2...

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