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jgossc
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How do I change the destination folder for scans on my Apple?

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Office jet Pro 8600
Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan

Hi, I am trying to find out how to change the destination folder for my scans when I scan from the printer.  Currently, the scans go into "documents," and I want it to go into a scan folder.  Any clues?  I tried looking at some instructions on earlier posts, but it seems that they are for windows.

 

Thanks for the help!

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Hi @jgossc

 

I would be happy to help you change your scan destination. I understand that when you scan from your Officejet Pro 8600 to your Mac, the scan file is currently going to your documents, and that you would like them to go to a scan folder instead. 

 

To change the destination please complete the steps below and let me know the outcome of your efforts:

  • Open HP Utility
  • Select Scan to Computer
  • Click Edit Scan Tasks
  • Choose a scan shortcut
  • Select Edit
  • In the options listed here you should see scan destination

 

If this resolves the issue, please click the Accept as Solution button below; otherwise, let me know and I will do all I can to help. Thanks. 

Sunshyn2005
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