mazzapaolo at libero.it
Fri Nov 26 03:30:48 EST 2004
Hi, thak you for offering your Mac Apple Desktop Bus bar code scanners.
However I think l I need a USB code scanner too.
Any suggestion for a reliable and not expensive USB code scanner?
ciao Paolo Mazza
Giovedì, 25 Nov 2004, alle 15:20 Europe/Rome, kee nethery ha scritto:
> bar code scanners act just like a keyboard. You select the field that
> you want the scanner to type into, scan the bar code, and assuming you
> configured your bar code scanner to end transmission with a return,
> the return in field command will tell the field that it is time to
> process what just got typed into it.
> To summarize, bar code scanner = keyboard
> Kee Nethery
> BTW, I have two Mac Apple Desktop Bus bar code scanners that anyone on
> this list can have for free if they pay shipping. We switched to USB
> and these work fine but we no longer need them.
> On Nov 25, 2004, at 5:06 AM, paolo wrote:
>> How can I send data from a barcode scanner to a revolution stack
>> on WIN-PC?
>> Any of you experienced a software using a barcode scanner as
>> data-entry in a revolution stack?
>> Ciao Paolo Mazza
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