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QR Code generators - Can they generate PDF or word docs?


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drenz12

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Hi,

I create documents that need to be displayed on construction sites and was wondering if there was a generator that would take PDF's or word docs convert them to QR codes and then be able to be read by smart phones. Anyone know? cheers
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Maripaz Tan

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Hi,

I create documents that need to be displayed on construction sites and was wondering if there was a generator that would take PDF's or word docs convert them to QR codes and then be able to be read by smart phones. Anyone know? cheers


Hi, i think TAGOmobile.com can solve your queries, it's an online QR code generator that can create text note up to 1000 characters, if your document contain not more than 1000 characters, this will resolve the issue. All you have to do is create a 2d barcode by going to this link --> http://tagomobile.com/create?msg=free, choose the text note button and start typing your notes in the note box, when u are done typing all of the information, TAGOmobile will automatically generate a barcode containing the information you entered, you will see the generated barcode on the right side of the page, then all you have to do is hit the download button to save it on your PC. Then you can now print and start posting the printed QR code on the site where u want to place the QR code. When someone scan the code the data that u typed in will be showed.

I hope this helps.

Maripaz Tan
http://tagomobile.com
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rongreen

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well, look at this article named Turning a PDF into a QR code
http://www.ehow.com/video_12247341_turning-pdf-qr-code.html
Hope it will help you a little.
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