If you use FileMaker Pro and need to print bar codes, you should take a look at
Life $uccess Institute’s Barcodet 7.0, which the company is shipping now. It’s a suite of modules that allow you to use the information in your FileMaker Pro databases to create and print bar codes or export them to a variety of word processing, page layout, graphics, and spreadsheet applications.
Barcodet 7.0 features native FileMaker Pro files that include commercial bar code fonts in sizes as small as a millimeter in height. It doesn’t have any graphics to store and maintain, and it updates the bar codes automatically when your data changes. It’s networkable, with no limit on the number of guests, and includes the following bar code types: Code 39, Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC-A and UPC-E, EAN/JAN-13 and EAN/JAN-8, UCC/EAN-128 Extended Coupon, Code 11, Code 25, Code 93, MSI Plessey, Codabar, PostNET and PLANET Confirm, USPS Delivery and Signature Confirmation, Royal Mail (RM4SCC), ISBN (Bookland EAN), ISSN, and ISMN.
Barcodet 7.0 is US $295; individual modules are available for $179. It requires FileMaker Pro 5 or higher, but Life $uccess Institute notes that FileMaker Pro 3 and 4 files are available.