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Date Posted: 13:21:58 07/25/00 Tue
Author: Bill Mears
Subject: Selecting from Multiple Scanners

I asked the question a little while ago about how to "programatically" select from installed scanners without popping up the "Select Scanner" window. You answered saying that it was difficult and so far have not been able to do it. So now I have a different question relating to the same subject.

When you use "Select Scanner" in any program. Not just using your library. The program will always use that last scanner as the "selected scanner". Where is this information stored? In the registry? Even my program will do it and I am not deliberately storing this info anywhere. So how does each program know "what the last selected scanner was"? Is it information that I can pull from a registry key or from some other location??

Bill Mears

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