To create this template, you would enable the OCR-A font. Scan the Enter
OCR Template symbol
in the back of this manual eight times, then scan the t to create the "or"
statement. Then you would scan the characters for the second template.
Scan d four times, scan l two times , then scan d two more times. Scan Save
You can string together as many templates as you need.
OCR User-Defined Variables
You can create up to two of your own user variables for an OCR template.
These variables will represent any OCR readable characters. The user-defined
variables are stored under the letters "g" and "h." You need a variable to repre-
sent the letters "A," "B," or "C." The template for this user-defined variable
Using Visual Xpress (see
into the "G variable" text box. You must enclose the strings between quotes:
You may also create this user-defined variable by scanning barcodes. Scan the
Enter User-Defined Variable g symbol
the inside back cover (the hex characters for "A," "B," and "C"), Scan Save OCR
where you place the g in the template. For example, you could create the fol-
(Using Visual Xpress, you must enter "ddddddggg" in the Template text box.)
This template would then let you read data that began with six digits, and had
an A, B, or C trailing. So you would be able to read:
(The above OCR sample is OCR-A. You must enable the OCR-A font
1) in order to read it.)
9 - 6
9-13). Scan the d from the
9-13). This would let you read either type of format, for
11-4), you can enter the string as shown above
9-13. This will let you read either A or B or C in any position
9-13). Then scan 414243 from