MSI/Plessey Fonts CD-ROM

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MSI/Plessey Fonts

Morovia MSI/Plessey Fontware allows you to print MSI/Plessey bar code symbols from any computers. True type, Postscript type 1 for Windows and Macintosh platforms are included in one package, as well as the HP PCL fonts - i.e. you can print barcodes from any computers with this package.

In addition to the fonts in a variety of formats, Morovia MSI/Plessey Fontware also includes complete documentation, samples, macros and plug-ins to support application integration. Morovia MSI/Plessey Fontware contains 10 different versions of font which allow you print any sizes of barcode fit in your application.

The package contains the following 10 true type font files. In addition to these ten true type font files, we also provide Font Tools for you to integrate our barcode fonts with applications.

Code39 Extended Font FILES
Font NameHeight (at point size 12)text option
MRV MSIXS1/8 inchNo
MRV MSIS1/4 inchNo
MRV MSIM1/2 inchNo
MRV MSIT3/4 inchNo
MRV MSITA3/4 inchYes
MRV MSIMA1/2 inchYes
MRV MSISA1/4 inchYes
MRV MSIXSA1/8 inchYes

Font Specification

Point SizeX Dim (mils)CPIHeight (XS)Height (S)Height (M)Height (T)Height (TA)
  • The measure unit for font height is inch (1 inch = 2.54cm).
  • CPI - Characters Per Inch. When calculating the actual length, you need count the two start/stop characters.
  • The height refers to the actual bar height, not the height of the font when rasterized. The font is scaled both in horizontally and vertically, to calculate the size under a different point size, use formula: (size_at_12_pt)*actual_point_size/12.

Special Character Mapping

The start/stop characters are mapped to square brackets [ and ]. MSI/Plessey code only encodes numeric data and each digital character is mapped to itself in the font.

Font Tools

To assist customers to integrate Morovia font products with their applications such as Microsoft Office and web, we provide free tools including Morovia FontPal, Morovia Fontpal Web Utility, language tools for Visual Basic, C/C++, JavaScript, Crystal Reports UFL, Crystal Reports Formula and so on. See KB10011: Morovia Font Tools Overview for details.