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Run Sharpdesk network scan tool. in low right of your taskbar click on network scan tool
create a profile in profile tab, This will show up on sharp display as an avaiable location to scan to.you can choose where to scan to and what program if any to open when recieving a scan. Next in scanners tab click "auto detect" it will find available sharp scanners on the network. check one you want to use in the box in the list click "ok" close it make sure it is running in the task bar and add it to startup if need be but you should be good to go after this
Hi,The easiest way would be to print out the control code for <tab> <enter> and scan them after you barcode is scanned. As far as i know its not possible to have two post-emble's and to alternate between the two. The other and far harder way is to have the text input fields on your program to deliver the correct <tab>, <enter> when you exit the text field.
There should have been a sheet or book of bar codes that came with your scanner. These codes will allow you to program your scanner to do most anything, including adding a tab. You simply look at the bar codes and read what they do. you simply scan the one that adds a tab and it will forever add the tab unless you re program it.
If you have lost your book/bar code page, you should be able to go to the manufacturer website and download/print a document with the programmable bar codes.
You probably need to reset (not reload) the scanner software. Start the Epson scan software. Select professional mode from the pull down menu (it lets you choose between auto, home and professional.) On the next screen select at the very bottom select configuration. The next screen should have 4 tabs, select other. The at the bottom (I think) select restore to factory defaults. This will reset your software, now you can use auto mode if you want it to make all your selections or home if you want some control or professional if you want to control everything. Don't forget to use your film holder that came with the unit and remove the white cover that is locked underneath the lid that covers the film illumination bulb.