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Changing Default Path for Scanned Files

Changing Default Path for Scanned Files

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We recently replaced our old printer with an HP Officejet 7612. After installing the HP Printer Assistant software, the first thing I did was scan a few documents for an oddball job. I put them in a not-too-frequently used folder. Now that I'm scanning more of our usual documents, I'm putting them in the usual folder. But the default path keeps going back to that first document I scanned, so I'm always manually changing back to the typical folder. I cannot find any settings anywhere, or any config files, or any registry entries that seem to store this default path. Is there any way to change it?

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