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Want to change default settings for scan

I want to change my default settings for scanning. Right now it is on Auto for size. I want to change it to default to scan at 11x17. Does anyone know how to do this? We had it set up like that before but I think a technician changed it back to auto. Now I can't remember how the heck we got to where you can change it. 
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Change the size, then utility/counter - > choose user settings - initial settings and use current settings.

should work,

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If you need to change COLOR or Black and White setting plus Picture File Types such as Jpeg or Tiff just click on their respective drop down menu before clicking SCAN.Here are some pictures to help me illustrate it.

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