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Change font in qListForm

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    • #5115
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      There is not a way to change the font to show a barcode unless you can generate a bar code.  Here are two methods to consider:

      1)  If you are using Enterprise Version of SharePoint 2007, you might consider using the Records Management feature:

      http://blogs.msdn.com/b/recman/archive/2006/08/10/694087.aspx

      2) Although I have not tried this product, using javascript to generate the bar code might be a very good way to display barcodes.  qListView supports a custom display option (see tab on far right of ezedit) where you can insert barcode generation javascript and a field from SharePoint (i.e., <%fieldname%> and qListForm allows you to create calculated fields that can use javascript to generate a form field value.

      http://www.idautomation.com/javascript/UserManual.html#Barcode_integration_tutorial

      Let me know if either of these approaches helps.

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      [quote user="DELL-Curtis K"]

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      There is not a way to change the font to show a barcode unless you can generate a bar code.  Here are two methods to consider:

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      1)  If you are using Enterprise Version of SharePoint 2007, you might consider using the Records Management feature:

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      http://blogs.msdn.com/b/recman/archive/2006/08/10/694087/barcodecreating

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      2) Although I have not tried this product, using javascript to generate the bar code might be a very good way to display barcodes.  qListView supports a custom display option (see tab on far right of ezedit) where you can insert barcode generation javascript and a field from SharePoint (i.e., <%fieldname%> and qListForm allows you to create calculated fields that can use javascript to generate a form field value.

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      http://www.idautomation.com/javascript/UserManual.html#Barcode_integration_tutorial

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      Let me know if either of these approaches helps.

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      I wonder is it possible to use the combination of excel and barcode to finish this job?

    • #3910
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      I need to be able to display one of my fields as a barcode when in a FormType of “DisplayListItem” mode.  How can I change the font for this field so it displays in a barcode font instead of the default for the value of the field?  It is OK to have this as in individual field in the webpart or as one of multiple fields that are printed.  Also, it really does not need to be in a qListView web part if there is an easier way to do this, but that is just how all of the other information on the form was displayed so I started looking there.  We are looking to use this as a printed version that can be tracked through a scanner.

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      [quote user="alanda"]

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      DELL-Curtis K

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      There is not a way to change the font to show a barcode unless you can generate a bar code.  Here are two methods to consider:

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      1)  If you are using Enterprise Version of SharePoint 2007, you might consider using the Records Management feature:

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      http://blogs.msdn.com/b/recman/archive/2006/08/10/694087/barcodecreating

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      How about using barcode generator for sharepoint 2010 directly.

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