Question about Computers & Internet
Hi Teresa, A bit more information is required to help provide a solution such as what software or scanner are you using. What operating system you are using and any additional details you think would be helpful.
The common places to look is check in your My Documents or My Pictures folders for the scanned images or any special folders that are created by your scanning software.
You could also perform a file search in a folder for files that have been edited or created on the date you scanned to locate the source folder.
Otherwise, open your scanning software and check the Preferences (probably Edit > Preferences) for the default location where items are saved when they are scanned.
If all else fails, scan it again and do a 'Save As' operation to place it on the desktop of another folder that you are familiar with so you may find it in the future.
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