I this Code

function addBarcodeText(brcc)
{
var ele = document.createElement("input");
var bri = document.createElement("BR");
var div = document.createElement("div")
var num = parseInt(document.getElementById("Bars").value);
num += 1 ;
document.getElementById("Bars").value = num;
var stnum = num+'';
var LL = 3 - (stnum.length);
var rep = repeat("... ",LL,LL)
div.innerHTML ="Scan " + num + rep
ele.setAttribute("type", "text");
ele.setAttribute("name", "Barcode");
ele.setAttribute("ID", "Barcode");
ele.setAttribute("size", "30");
ele.setAttribute("value", brcc);
ele.setAttribute("onfocus", "addBarcodeText('')");
var BarC = document.getElementById("BarC");
//BarC.appendChild(bri);
BarC.appendChild(div);
div.appendChild(ele);
if (num == 1)
{
ExpandSection('Mess1')
var elem = document.forms["FormName"].elements["Barcode"];
elem.focus();
}
}

and if I pass

<script> <!-- EDIT MODE ASP FULL JAVA addBarcodeText(Barcode); -->
addBarcodeText('12345');

addBarcodeText('12346');

addBarcodeText('123');

addBarcodeText('711719636182');

addBarcodeText('3307210222572');

addBarcodeText('');
</script>

Its work Great in firefox and on a max machine BUT not IN IE only will pass the 1st one

any Ideas

I use the Same form For Add/Edit New Item

when in new mode the onBlur create the Next Barcode Box !!GREAT!!
my code see it as a array and break it down OK

its IE that has me STUMP