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Changing default folder where Epson Scan images are stored


Trenny
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Please can someone remind me how to change the default folder where the epson- scan images are stored. I am using an Epson Perfection 3200.There doesn't appear to be an option in the scanner properties. Many thanks.

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northumbria61

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Follow the instructions here enter link description here

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eedcam

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Do you not import the images with your normal image editor that way nowt to do with epson saving you just import then save as you would normally

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SparkyJack

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Image files frtom any source when 'saved' by default simply go to My pictures' in the general field.

The best way to do this is to create a folder 'Scans' and then 'Save as' to that folder.

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SparkyJack

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For those that are still 'Missing' do this

go to search or find - type in the field *.jpg [ star=shift 8-dot- jpg] Click OK

Then all images show up where ever that are.

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Trenny

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Many thanks. Northumbria showed me the way to the 'thingy' alongside the 'scan' tab. Problem solved!

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