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PDFill PDF Barcode Generator: 4. POSTNET or PLANET Barcode

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POSTNET (Postal Numeric Encoding Technique) is a barcode symbology used by the United States Postal Service to assist in directing mail. The ZIP Code or ZIP+4 code is encoded in half- and full-height bars.[1] Most often, the delivery point is added, usually being the last two digits of the address or PO box number.

The Postal Alpha Numeric Encoding Technique (PLANET) barcode was used by the United States Postal Service to identify and track pieces of mail during delivery - the Post Office's "CONFIRM" services. It was fully superseded by Intelligent Mail Barcode by January 28, 2013.

1.  Steps on how to insert a POSTNET & PLANET into PDF Page:

2. Access the properties:

3. Set the properties:

Here is the list of the properties.

String The text to be encoded. Only Digital Number 0-9 can be used.
Barcode Color The color of the bars
Position (Left, Right, Width, Height) The X and Y coordinate of the box to define the position and size of the barcode
Scale The ratio of the displayed barcode to the actual barcode
Background Color The color of the background
Rotate The rotation degree from 3 clock relative to the barcode center
Margin
(Horizontal/Vertical)
The distance from the barcode to the border of the background
 
Option DOS Command Default Sub Option
PLANET Type -codeType 0 FALSE (0) is POSTNET Type
TRUE(1) is PLANET Type
Bar Distance -n 3.272727
Bar Width -x 1.44  
Tall Bar Height -barHeight 9.0  
Short Bar Height -size 3.6  
 
Reset Reset all the Sub Options to the default values
Action: Add Link, Submit, JavaScript and more ... See PDF Actions.
Get Barcode Image Save the barcode image as a PNG file after clicking OK.

4. Example:

Type String Image
POSTNET zip:

01234

zip+4:

012345678

PLANET 01234567890

5. Screenshot:

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