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Bar One Platinum V6.04

Bar One Platinum V6.04

Bar One Platinum V6.04

I've downloaded the demo version of Bar One Platinum V6.04. I like many of its features, but could someone please tell me how the COMet program works to interface with my scanner? I've got a Symbol P460 scanner. There's not much info on the web about COMet, so any info would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance!
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RE: Bar One Platinum V6.04

First what is it you want to do in general not refering to a specific function in BarOne?

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RE: Bar One Platinum V6.04


What I really want to know is if my scanner (Symbol P460) will work with this program, and if it does, how hard is it to set up? Another thing that I forgot to mention in my first post was that I acquired the scanner from someone in my organization without any software that interfaces with it (it was somehow lost over the years)....


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