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Priter job not deleted without pc rebooting in hp 1007

I select 10 page to print in laser printer hp1007 , but i need only 4 page , then i remove paper from trey after printing four page, then i want to delete printer job to print new page, but unable to delete without rebooting the pc.

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1st u try to off ur printer off then delete printing job
hope this is help full to u

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