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Stopping and clearing printing jobs

When there is a print job going and you what to cancel it how do you do that? I've tried the stop, clear, interuppt, cancel buttons none of them work. Please help so we can stop wasting paper. Thank you

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From the control panel, lower right corner, select "output queue", select "print" tab, select the job you wish to cancel, select OK.

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