Adding images to your template

BarTender supports a wide variety of popular image formats.  Images can be added using any of the three methods listed below.  Method 1: Embedded pictures Continue to Embedding Images into a BarTender Document for step-by-step instructions. Embedded pictures become a permanent part of a BarTender...

Adding barcodes to your template

BarTender supports nearly every barcode symbology. You can see a full list of our supported barcodes on this page. Before adding a barcode to your label you will need to decide which symbology to use. The type of barcode that you need is usually determined by any individual specifications that y...

Adding text to your template

Text in BarTender is added using one of three primary text objects. Single Line text objects - for short length text that does not require multiple lines (no word-wrapping). Multi-line text objects - for  text that must be displayed across multiple lines (word-wrapping). Word processor - special...

Multi-line text objects

Overview Multi-line or Paragraph Text objects allow you to create text that spans multiple lines in your BarTender document.   Adding a Multi-line object Select the icon on the object toolbar to display a list of all available text object types. Alternatively, select Text from the Create menu. ...

Word processor objects

Overview A Word Processor text object can be formatted using BarTender's Word Processor, an easy-to-use interface that enables you to modify the content of the text object. Single and Multi-line text boxes will apply formatting to the entire object; this prevents formatting such as bolding indivi...

Grouping objects together

Overview The Group command allows you to combine two or more objects on the template into a single group. After the individual objects have been combined into a group, the group can be selected by clicking on any individual object in the group. Grouping objects allows certain attributes to be app...

Creating and using components in BarTender

Overview Sometimes when designing a template, you need to add an object whose properties are nearly identical to those of another object you created earlier, either on the same template or on a different one. The Components pane of the Toolbox gives you a place to create and store pre-configured ...