Scan Options Window

Hi,
I have the DeskJet 3050a and when I scan something it automatically scans as a JPEG. As I wish to  edit my scans I have downloaded and installed the  software for OCR ( I have followed the instructions posted on the  HP support forum, installing the compatible software for the   HP OJ Pro 8500A A910n printer). Having installed this software, however, I cannot find a scan window that allows me to choose the format  options for the scan I am about to do-: that is, I do not have  a window that allows me to now choose the RTF rather than JPEG. Do you know where I can find this?
(the instructions given on the Support forum for this step are: 4) Now open HP Deskjet 3050 scan window. Select "Everyday Scan" and from the drop down menu for "File Type" select "RTF" or "Searchable PDF"
(My problem is that I cannot find the HP DeskJet 3050 scan window- and scans continually automatically to take the JPEG format)
Thanks
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First, you must have the HP Deskjet Full Feature Software and Drivers installed.  The scan software included with the HP Deskjet 3050 does NOT come with OCR capabilities.  However, the HP OfficeJet Pro 8500A A910n printer does come with OCR capabilities.  Thus, the installation of the software and drivers for the OfficeJet included the installation of OCR package which can be used by the HP Scan software for both the HP Deskjet 3050 and the HP OfficeJet product.
The HP Scan software can be accessed in multiple ways:
Method #1 - From Windows 7 Desktop:  Start -> All Programs -> HP -> HP Deskjet 3050 ... -> HP Scan
Method #2 - From Windows 7 Desktop:  Start -> All Programs -> HP -> HP Deskjet 3050 ... -> HP Deskjet 3050 ...
Method #3 - From Windws 7 Desktop:  find the HP Deskjet 3050 desktop icon; if present, run it (double-click).
Method #2 and #3 will will launch the Desktop Client software; Under the Scan section, choose 'Scan a document of photo' to lauch the HP Scan software.
Method #4:  Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\HP Deskjet 3050\bin; run HP Scan.exe (double-click).  (Note:  The C: drive is the default installation drive; modify accordingly if you installed the software to a non-default drive.)
Within the HP Scan software you should see a number of named Scan Shortcuts on the left panel of the dialog.  Select the Scan Shortcut named "Everyday Scan", then modify the file type settings to RTF in the right panel of the dialog.  You can also create your own Scan Shortcut and configure the scan settings for that Scan Shortcut to your liking, including file type.
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