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How To Generate Audio QR Codes Using Drive + QRStuff

Audio QR codes using the features of Google Drive and QRStuff.com are what to be presented in this updated post. QR codes for audio and music are made using QRStuff.com’s Website URL data types, similar to what the previous blogs have provided. Scanning the code to listen to your favorite music wherever, whenever you are — […]

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Bulk QR Codes

Creating QR Codes In Bulk

If you need dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of QR codes, our batch processing feature will help you easily, simply and automatically create QR codes in bulk, ready to be used for inventory control, asset management, PURL’s, event ticketing and registration, staff business cards, bulk printing, etc. Batch processing is a standard part of the […]

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Add A Logo Or Image To Your QR Code

At QRStuff.com we’ve been meeting the world’s QR code requirements since 2008 and every year we’ve rolled out regular updates and enhancements to what we offer our users, and improvements and upgrades to how things work “under the hood”. 2015 was a big year for new front-end QR code features and QR code management tools. […]

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Colour QR Codes

One of the more common reasons why a QR code won’t scan is because there isn’t enough contrast between the foreground and background colour used. For a QR code to be scanned reliably the contrast difference between the foreground colour and the background colour used in the QR code image must be large enough for […]

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How To Make QR Code Labels & Stickers

Here’s some step-by-step instructions on using a label template in MS Word 2010 to create QR code sticker labels from a pre-made set of QR codes using the mail-merge function. We’ve used the Avery 22805 label template (1.5″ x 1.5″ 24 per sheet) but you can use any digital label template you want. The point we’re […]

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QR Code Minimum Size

In my previous post,  What Size Should A Printed QR Code Be, I mentioned that it wasn’t the size of the QR code image that determined the minimum size at which a QR code could be scanned, it was actually the size of the modules (the little black squares) that make up the QR code image. If the size […]

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How A QR Code Can Help You Find Your Keys

Pumping Station One recently feature a post on attaching a QR code to your keychain that will allow someone to scan the QR code on the keychain fob and automatically send you a text message that they found your keys, with their phone number included so you can call them and arrange to get your keys back. How can […]

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TripGeo Streetview QR Code

I was reading the 10 Great Car Journeys in Street View post on the Google Maps Mania website which showcased the TripGeo tool for creating creating Google direction maps with animated Street View movies for the route – just set your starting point and your destination and TripGeo does the rest creating your own custom […]

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