Or, click on this link to create your own 2D barcode. If you are creating a 2D barcode, we recommend using QR formatting. It is more widely supported, particularly on mobile phones. After you create your 2D barcode, try scanning it with your phone. It's soooo cool. Here is a 2D barcode, try scanning it and see what happens.
YouTube Video's that illustrate how to make labels and bar codes:
Also check out these great resources from The BarCode News:
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