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Symbol LS2208 - Emulate "ENTER" keystroke in Excel

Symbol LS2208 - Emulate "ENTER" keystroke in Excel

Symbol LS2208 - Emulate "ENTER" keystroke in Excel

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Hello friends,
   I am trying to utilize the Symbol LS2208 to input data into an Excel spreadsheet.  I have configured it to append a "TAB" suffix after a barcode scan to jump to the next column.  However, when all data for that record is finish, I need to be able to scan a barcode that will jump to the beginning of the next line, equalling the "ENTER" key.  I am trying to obtain a barcode that represents the "ENTER" key for scanning with the Symbol LS2208.  I am using the free barcode 3 of 9 found on Google.  Please advise on any possible solution that you can think of.  Thanks.

RE: Symbol LS2208 - Emulate "ENTER" keystroke in Excel

see my FAQ to do this
 FAQ694-6357

DougP, MCP, A+

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