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How can I set destination of scan to computer? I want all scans to go to a specific folder rather than just to Windows (C:)

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Hi,

Open your HP printer software and select the Scan tab, then click on Scan a document or photo.

Select your required scan shortcut and press on More >

Open the Destination tab and browse your target folder, then press OK.

Press the disk icon near the shortcut name to save the destination.

 

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My problem is that  I have lost the shortcut icon for my software. Where can I find the program? I have re-downloaded the software from the website, but do not know how to find the correct file.

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Hi,

Click HP or 6960 into the search bar, then press the HP Officejet 6960 icon to launch the software.

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I have already downloaded the software twice. My problem is I do not know where to find, or what file to click on.  I have looked in C: and then Program Files (both Prog Files and Prog Files (x86)) then "HP" and HP inc" and then all of the subfolders. I have also gone to the HP Printer Assistant (PA) with no luck.  The PA only has options for Print and Fax, but not for Scan.

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