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Easily generate mutiple QR codes in bulk in Excel

It may be difficult for you to create QR code based on a specific cell value in Excel, but, if you have Kutools for Excel, with its Insert QR Code feature, you can create multiple QR codes based on cell values quickly and easily.

Create multiple QR codes based on cell values in Excel


Create multiple QR codes based on cell values in Excel

To insert a list of QR codes based on cell values, please do as this:

1. Click Kutools > Insert > Insert QR Code, see screenshot:

2. In the Insert QR Code pane, please do the following operations:

(1.) Select the data cells that you want to insert the QR codes based on, and choose the cells where to locate the QR codes under the Data Range and Insert Range separately;

(2.) Then specify the size, line color, background color and error correction lever for the QR codes to your need in the Options section.

3. And then, click Generate button, and the relative QR codes have been inserted into the cells matches with the cell values, see screenshot:

Note: If the size of the QR code exceeds 500 pixels you entered, a prompt message will remind you as below screenshot shown:


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Hi folks, can I use the insert QR code feature to create VCF Business Card QR Codes from multiple contact data entries in an Excel sheet? Thanks Oisín
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Hello, Mulcahy,
At present, our product cannot solve this task. Thanks for your suggestion, we have fed back your suggestion to the developer.
If it can be upgraded, we will contact you at the first time.
Thanks again.
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I want to create a spreadsheet where I can add data to a column and then another column has like a formula that automatically creates the corresponding QR code without having to click "generate" And, that would be done in bulk.

Is that possible now?
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Hello, Carlson
Sorry, at present, this feature can't support formula inputting. But, I have fed back your suggestion to our developer.
If it can be upgraded, I will contact you at the first time.
Thank you very much!
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Hello ; I bought Kutools and Ku Tools plus but I only have 'insert Barcode" // "insert Bullet"// "insert Numbering" but I do not have "Inset QR code". Where/how can I find this option in Ku tool (plus) ?
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Hello, Biesmans

Please download and install the newest version of our Kutools for Excel: https://www.extendoffice.com/download/kutools-for-excel.html
After installing Kutools for Excel, please select Kutools > Insert > Insert QR code, see screenshot:
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-skyyang/doc-insert-qr-code-1.png
Please try, if you have any other problem, please comment here.
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THANX , this worked just fine :)
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I'm not sure if a 2d code is the same as a QR code, but does the cell with the information have to be a website, or can it be just numbers? I need to create 2d codes that correspond to the sequential numbers because our inserting machine can read the 2d code better than just a printed number.
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Hello, Jim,
If you want to insert barcode into worksheet, you should apply our Insert Barcode feature, see screenshot:

https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/comment-skyyang/doc-insert-barcode.png
Please have a try, hope it can help you!
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I would like to have 1 qr code with all the information in Row 1 on the QR Code
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Hello, VICKIE

At present, our product cannot solve this task. Thanks for your suggestion, we have fed back your suggestion to the developer.
If it can be upgraded, we will contact you at the first time.
Thank you very much!
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Kan je ook 600.000 verschillende QR codes maken, die dan als PNG of PDF bewaard worden?
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Hello, John,
With feature, you can just insert the QR codes into the worksheet. You can save the worksheet as PDF file as you need.
Do you want to save each QR code to one pdf file? or save the worksheet with generated QR codes as a PDF file?

we have fed back your suggestion to the developer. If it can be upgraded, we will contact you at the first time.
Thank you!
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MUY BUEN TARDE, COMO PUEDO GENERAR UN QR DE UN ARCHIVO EN EXCEL
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Hello, MELVIN,

Our function can only generate QR codes based on cell contents.
You can try this feature to see if it meets your need.

Thank you!
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I am using the feature to generate some QRCode. I just want to know that is there any expiry date of these QRCode that after this time scanning will not work.
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Hello, Saurabh

There is no expiry date of the created QRCodes, you can scan them at any time.
Please have a try, thank you!
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