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Automatically save scanned documents with HP Precision Scan software??

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I have a ScanJet 6350C with ADF. I want to enable the following: After placing documents into the ADF and pressing the Scan button, HP Precision Scan software must automatically choose resolution (200 dpi), output type and save the scanned document (.jpg format) to a certain department's home directory on the network. So I want scanned documents automatically being saved without any user interference.
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It is not possible to do this with the scanner it requires user intervention. You would have to have a custom program to do this the HP software itself does not support this.
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