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    Create Bar code
    Saturday, January 27, 2007
    Open Adobe Photoshop. Create New document, dimensions 200x100 pixels, on white background. Took «single row marquee tool» and select picture on bottom horizontally, like on this picture.

    single row

    Go to «Filter -> Noise -> Add Noise» . Chose Amount - 400, and Distribution set to Gaussian . Check Monochromatic checkbox. Now, go to Edit > Free Transform and drag high up to top op picture. Apply the transformation.

    Select bottom middle part of image with rectangular marquee tool and delete selected to make white part.

    white space

    Now, pick up Type tool from Tools palette, and click on left side white part you made. Type several numbers like real bar code have. Select numbers you typed, and change Font size to fit picture and look naturally. Also, pick Move tool and move that layer with numbers some left, right, up or down, if needed.

    bar code made in Photoshop

    And there, you made bar code in Photoshop.

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    posted by acca @ 12:49 PM  
    1 Comments:
    • At 8:16 AM, Blogger ThePurpleSeal said…

      Hi there,

      A while back I brought some software so that I was able to print out my own barcode labels. The software was not really that good as it would never properly create my barcode labels. In the end I found a British labels company who printed my barcode labels for me at a low cost. It saved me a lot of messing around really!

       
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