How can I get a bar code I ordered?



How can I get a bar code I ordered?

1. Login and press MY ACCOUNT.
2. Double click on the ISBN and press Generate.
3. Enter the book's retail price and then the bar code will be made.
4. Press Download to Save the bar code file to your computer. Do not open the bar code and do not change its format.

The Bookland EAN bar code displays a set of two bar codes side by side. The first bar code on the left is the EAN derived from the ISBN. The bar code of the right, which is smaller, is a 5-digit add-on which often encodes the retail price of the publication. This is referred to as an EAN-5. You must provide a retail price for your bar code. In the US, the first digit of the add-on data indicates which currency the price is expressed in -- so for US dollars, the designated digit is a 5. So an add-on of 51995 indicates a price of US$ 19.95. However, the largest US retailers such as Barnes and Noble now require the use of EAN-5 bar code on books they handle. Scanners in American bookstores cannot read the Bookland EAN code without the corresponding 5-digit add-on. Publishers who don't comply with this requirement may be penalized.

The Universal Product Code barcode standard requires a price for every barcode. If you do not wish to set a price you must enter $0.00.