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    Code 49 is a two dimensional, high-density stacked barcode with two to eight rows (having eight characters each). Each row has a start code and a stop code. This barcode is especially used to encodes the complete ASCII character set.

    The below image displays Code49 barcode in a PDF document.


    Formula definition

    You can set Code49 in a worksheet using the following formula:

    =BC_CODE49(value, color, backgroudColor, showLabel, labelPosition, grouping, groupNo, fontFamily, fontStyle, fontWeight, fontTextDecoration, fontTextAlign, fontSize, quietZoneLeft, quietZoneRight, quietZoneTop, quietZoneBottom)


    Name Description
    value A string that represents encode on the symbol of Code49.
    color A color that represents the barcode color. The default value is 'rgb(0,0,0)'.
    backgroundColor A color that represents the barcode backgroundcolor. The default value is 'rgb(255, 255, 255)'
    showLabel Specifies whether to show label text when the barcode has label.
    labelPosition ​A value that represents the label position when the label is shown.
    grouping Specifies whether the symbol mode is Group Alphanimeric Mode. The default value is 'false'.
    groupNo A value that represents the index of symbol in the group. The default value is '0'
    fontFamily A string that represents the label text fontFamily. The default value is 'sans-serif'.
    fontStyle A string that represents the label text fontStyle. The default value is 'normal'.
    fontWeight A string that represents the label text fontWeight. The default value is 'normal'.
    fontTextDecoration A string that represents the label text fontTextDecoration. The default value is 'none'.
    fontTextAlign A string that represents the label text fontTextAlign. The default value is 'center'.
    fontSize A string that represents the label text fontSize. The default value is '12px'.
    quietZoneLeft A value that represents the size of left quiet zone.
    quietZoneRight A value that represents the size of right quiet zone.
    quietZoneTop A value that represents the size of top quiet zone.
    quietZoneBottom A value that represents the size of bottom quiet zone.

    Using Code

    This example code sets Code49 in the worksheet.

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    // Create a new workbook
    var workbook = new GrapeCity.Documents.Excel.Workbook();
    // Set worksheet layout and data
    IWorksheet worksheet = workbook.Worksheets[0];
    worksheet.Range["B:C"].ColumnWidth = 10;
    worksheet.Range["D:F"].ColumnWidth = 30;
    worksheet.Range["4:5"].RowHeight = 80;
    worksheet.Range["A:A"].ColumnWidth = 5;
    worksheet.Range["B2"].Value = "Code49";
    worksheet.Range["B3:G3"].Value = new object[,]{
        {"Name", "Number", "Defult", "Customer Label Font", "Line Through Label"}
    worksheet.Range["B4:C7"].HorizontalAlignment = HorizontalAlignment.Center;
    worksheet.Range["B4:C7"].VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Center;
    worksheet.Range["B2:F3"].HorizontalAlignment = HorizontalAlignment.Center;
    worksheet.Range["B2:F3"].VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Center;
    worksheet.Range["B4:C5"].Value = new object[,]
        {"Police", "911"},
        {"Travel Info Call 511", "511"},
    worksheet.Range["B4:C6"].WrapText = true;
    worksheet.Range["G6"].WrapText = true;
    worksheet.PageSetup.PrintGridlines = true;
    worksheet.PageSetup.Orientation = PageOrientation.Landscape;
    // Set formula
    for (var i = 4; i < 6; i++)
       var value = "CONCAT(B" + i + ", \": \",C" + i + ")";
       worksheet.Range["D" + i].Formula = "=BC_CODE49" + "(" + value + ")";
       worksheet.Range["E" + i].Formula = "=BC_CODE49" + "(" + value + ", , , true, \"top\", false, 0, \"Arial\", \"normal\", 700)";
       worksheet.Range["F" + i].Formula = "=BC_CODE49" + "(" + value + ", , , , , , , , , 700, \"line - through\", \"left\", \"24px\")";
    // Save to a pdf file