If you are interested in working with barcodes on your computer, you might want to create a random barcode number online. You can find barcodes on a variety of objects, such as on cans of food and other products in supermarkets, or on mailer packages to help them get routed through a system. A barcode is a series of black and white bars that encode numerical data, which corresponds to an item in a database. You can easily go online and generate a random barcode number.
Launch your Web browser and go to the Barcodes Inc. website's Free Online Barcode Generator page at www.barcodesinc.com/generator/.
Type a random number of any length in the text box.
Click "Generate Barcode." A barcode for your random number appears.
Click "Link or Embed This Barcode" to see the URL and embed code for the barcode's image. Right-click the URL, then click "Copy" from the pop-up menu. Click in a document on your computer, then right-click, and then click "Paste" to paste in the link code for the barcode URL if you want to save it on your computer. Right-click the embed code, then click "Copy." Open an online document, such as a forum post, then right-click, and then click "Paste" to copy the barcode image's embed code so it will display online.
Start your Web browser and navigate to the Tec-It website's Free Online Barcode Generator at barcode.tec-it.com/.
Type a random number of any length in the "Data" text box.
Click "Generate Barcode" to create a barcode. The barcode's image appears on the page.
Click "Download Barcode" to download the barcode image to your computer.
Launch your Web browser and load the Terry Burton website's Free Online Barcode Generator at terryburton.co.uk/barcodewriter/generator/.
Type a random number of any length in the "Contents" text box.
Click "Make Barcode." An image of the random number's barcode appears at the bottom of the page.
Click the "Download Image as" link for "EPS," "PNG" or "JPEG" to download an image of the barcode to your computer.