ConnectCode MICR E13B Font
ConnectCode MICR E13B Font is a Magnetic Ink Character Recognition font based on the E13B industry standard. This is a widely accepted standard in the US, Canada, Australia, and many other countries. This character set comprises of ten numbers (0..9), and four special symbols (Amount, Domestic, BSB and Dash).
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ConnectCode MICR E13B Font is a professional and comprehensive package that contains over 60 MICR E13B fonts. This includes the following:
- TrueType fonts - For use in Microsoft Windows environment.
- Calibration fonts - For overcoming printer misalignment or toner problems. These fonts can be found in the CalibrationFonts subdirectory.
- PostScript fonts - For supporting high-end imagesetters. These fonts can be found in the PostScript subdirectory.
- OpenType fonts - For universal support across different machines, platforms, and locales. These fonts can be found in the OpenType subdirectory.
Using the MICR E13B Fonts
ConnectCode MICR E13B Font is straightforward to use despite being a package that provides one of the most comprehensive numbers of fonts.
In most cases, users will only need to use the default MICR E13B font provided in the package. This is the font we have tuned, optimized, and found to work on all widely used MICR hardware. We have distributed MICR fonts for many years, and this is the font that has helped users simplify the deployment of their MICR solution significantly. This is also the font we recommend for users without prior MICR experience or the font to get started with when using our package.
When using the MICR E13B Font, set the font name to CCodeMICR (or CCodeMICRT for the Trial) and choose 12 points for the font size. Enter 0 to 9 for the numeric digits and lowercase a,b,c,d for the special symbols - Amount, Domestic, BSB, and Dash.
The character mapping is shown below :
ConnectCode MICR E13B Font has been designed and developed according to the industry specification ISO 1004:1995. The fonts have been tested vigorously on many different MICR hardware types internally and by many different organizations externally. However, depending on the users' printer, paper or toner used, slight misalignment in the characters may still occur. Some printers can also be prone to alignment inaccuracies. Calibration can be performed to improve misalignment (if any) and ensure optimal scanning of the characters.