The Code 128 barcodes that we're printing on Word documents generated by Aspose are failing during barcode verification using a Webscan TruCheck verifier. They're verifying at ANSI F grade and failing on the ANSI Decodabiity parameter. These barcodes are generally not readable. I'm getting the same results when printing to a Ricoh laser printer and a Kyocer laser printer.
The Aspose barcodes have very jagged edges that are probably factoring into this. I printed Code 128 barcodes through my Bartender labeling application, testing with X Dimensions of 10.8 mils and 14.2 mils and barcode heights of .5 in and .3 in.. All graded ANSI A on both Ricoh and Kyocera printers. These test barcodes have no jagged edges like the Aspose barcodes. I saved a copy of some barcodes printed with the evaluation version of Aspose and these barcodes did not have the jagged edges and verify at ANSI B grade.
Do you have any recommendations?