Design and edit models and drawings of labels of different types, shapes, and sizes. The suite features automated and manual generation, provides access to a database of components and templates, incorporates 1D and 2D barcodes, etc. Network printing options are available.
Though designed to integrate and work seamlessly with GoDEX bar code printers, GoLabel can actually be used to design, save, and print all kinds of labels, tickets, address tags, passes, etc. It supports nearly all known 1D and 2D labels, and the fact that you can add graphics and text to your barcodes, QR codes, maxicodes, or DataMatrix codes (among others) makes it suitable for a much wider range of applications.
GoLabel works using a WYSIWYG approach, which makes it not only highly intuitive but also suitable for all kinds of users. All you have to do is set up the page dimensions and layout (Page Setup pops up automatically as soon as you launch the program), pick the kind of label you need from the menu on the left-hand side of the main interface, and set the code values and size. You can later modify the dimensions of all the objects on the label using your mouse instead.
When it comes to barcode types, GoLabel covers an extensive list of one- and two-dimensional types. Among the most widely used are Code 39 and 93, EAN 8/13, UPC A/E, Codabar, Code 128, and EAN 128, while QR codes, DataMatrix Codes, Maxicodes, Aztec codes, PDF417, and Micro PDF are some examples of its 2D code list. more