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Zebra ZPL code mixed mode QR data for separate fields

Zebra ZPL code mixed mode QR data for separate fields

Zebra ZPL code mixed mode QR data for separate fields

This is my complete ZPL code for labels I will be printing. This contains mock data, as the finished code will be concatenated in to Excel for over 1000 labels.

CODE -->

^FDPOU Location^FS
^FDSupply Location^FS
^FDBin Qty^FS

The line in question is

What I need my QR code to do is be in mixed mode with automatic input and take the 6 field entries found in the part "N300957,ACAGE,AW7E02,ASTORES,AKBLINE,N50" and plug them in to separate fields when scanned. The data is in the order the fields are in when tabbed through on the inventory form. At this time, when scanned, the QR sends all the data to only the first field in a long string. Does anyone know how to get this working since I cant find a solution anywhere and need to get it ready for my receiving department ASAP! Thanks in advance!

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