When saving the scanned files, only a few go to the directory or file i have specified, the others go somewhere else. Why does this change. If I am scanning 30 slides, 3 end up where I told them to go, the other 27 somewhere else.
Why does this change, and how can i fix it.
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Re: Where do the pictures go.
The files are generally either under a directory under the Program Directory in My Programs directory. OR Under a Directory in My Documents. As a soloution what about doing a "Search" for them... when you find them take note of where they are stored for future reference. I use this below program to find stuff it is IMHO better than M$ search.
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When saving a file, note the directory when naming the file.
Do a search for the file if you know the name to see which
directory it went into. If you don't specify where you want the file stored it will into the last directory you were working in.
Picasa saves all the files to the hard drive. You can have many locations for pictures. It is possible the pictures are stored in a directory that is not being scanned continuously by Picasa. Since the files are on the hard drive, even the Picasa data for edits to the pictures are saved to the hard drive. So you could un-install the program and not lose the picture. You might lose the setup for what directories the program looks at. You can see the folders it uses to make the on screen thumbnails. Go to TOOLS -> FOLDER MANAGER. This is where you define the folders for Picasa.
If you imported the pictures from a camera using the import tool, the directory you specified is where the pictures are now. You also had the option to delete imported pictures, or not. If you try to IMPORT again from the main screen, look to the bottom left for the IMPORT TO: drop down and see where it is defaulting. Make sure that directory is being scanned in the folder manager.
Post again if this didn't help and add more information. As to where you were importing from and to. If the pictures still exist on the source, etc.
Don't know if you have tried this, but it might help.
Create a scan to PC profile
1 Type the IP address of the MFP in the address line of your browser, and then press Enter.
If the Java applet screen appears, click Yes.
2 Click Scan Profile.
3 Click Create Scan Profile.
4 Select your scan settings, and then click Next.
5 Select a location for saving the scanned output file somewhere on your computer.
6 Enter a profile name.
The profile name is the name that will appear on the Scan Profile list on the MFP control panel.
7 Click Submit.
8 Review the instructions on the Scan to PC screen.
A shortcut number was automatically assigned when you clicked Submit. You can use this shortcut number when
you are ready to scan your documents.
a Go to the MFP, and place your original document in the ADF face up, long edge first.
b Press # followed by the shortcut number on the keypad, or touch Profiles on the home screen.
c After you enter the shortcut number, the scanner will scan and send the document to the directory or
application you specified. If you touch Profiles on the home screen, locate your shortcut on the list.
9 Return to your computer to view your file.
Your output file is saved in the location you specified or launched in the application you specified.
Hello my friend,you mean to scan a photo and save it on your folder? If yes
You run the application MP Navigator from your dekstop (or from Start, point to (All) Programs,
Canon Utilities, then MP Navigator EX
1.0. Then click MP Navigator EX 1.0.)
When the one-click mode screen has opened, click the Switch Mode button to switch to the navigation mode screen
Point to Scan/Import and click Photos/Documents (Platen).
Place the document face-down on the platen, and select Document
Click Specify... and set the preferences as required.
Click Scan and it should start scanning When scanning is completed, the Scan Complete dialog box opens. Select Scan or Exit. Select Scan to scan the next document, or select Exit to end. When scanning is completed, the scanned image
appears in the Thumbnail List area.
Edit the scanned image as required.
Click Save or Save as PDF file.If you choose just Save and box will appear to specify the destination folder, file name and file type(usually images are .jpeg .jpg ;) ).
Had this same problem and just fixed it. You need to actually change the button settings in Navigator. Open MP navigator and choose One-Click, then click Button Settings. You can choose a new save destination from here. Even though you are using the software instead of the button on the device, it works.
When you see the File Save Settings window, you need to select the location, name, and format of the scanned image file you want to save.
In the File Save Settings window, specify the file folder in which you want to save your scanned image. Click the My Documents or My Pictures radio button (Windows XP or earlier versions), or the Documents or Pictures radio button (Windows Vista or Mac OS X).
If you want to select another folder, click Other, then click Browse (Windows) or Choose (Mac OS X) and select the folder. If you want to save your image on the desktop, simply click Other.
Specify a file name prefix with an alphanumeric character string. A 3-digit number is automatically added to the file name, but you can change the Start Number if you like. If you are scanning multiple images at once, each image will receive a different 3-digit number.
Select a file format. Depending on the format, the Options button may be available for making detailed settings.
The check boxes at the bottom of the window give you these options:
Overwrite any files with the same name: Select this option if you want to reuse the selected file name and location and overwrite previous files with the same names.
Show this dialog box before next scan: Select this option if you want the File Save Settings window to appear automatically before you scan in Home or Professional Mode. If you deselect it, you must click the File Save Settings button to open the window.
Open image folder after scanning: Select this option if you want Windows Explorer or the Macintosh Finder to automatically open to the folder where your scanned image is saved when Epson Scan finishes scanning.
6. Do one of the following, depending on the currently selected scan mode:
Home or Professional Mode: Click OK. Epson Scan starts scanning.
Full Auto Mode: Click OK, click OK again, then click Scan. Epson Scan starts scanning.
The scanned image is saved in the file and location you chose.