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I just scanned some documents onto a genealogy program and photoimpression ''took'' them and now I don't have them on the gen. program!! how can I stop it from doing this??? its very frustrating!!

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You should see if your genealogy application can be pointed to scans in a specific folder on your machine. The scan into that folder (give the files friendly names) and point to that folder. When scanning, some scanners "prompt" you for a location for your resulting scan...check this too. One other thing is to see if there are scanning options for a efault "scan to" location.

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