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Try #*11. That's the code I've used with every company. sm

Posted By: KyMt on 2006-09-12
In Reply to: Need some help with Dictaphone C-phone programming the foot pedal..... sm - Thanks

That was # * 11, pound, star, 11 just in case you couldn't see it.

Good luck!

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