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Not printing print jobs

I have sent print jobs to the printer and it takes forever to print when I go to the printer menu it has all print jobs that are pending. It says that the first job is printing but the printer seems to have missed the memo. please help me I have to print some pictures for a presentation in two days I need my printer!!!

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  • Sharon Zernia Feb 16, 2013

    I have the same problem, except that sometimes it will print a half page and spit tiout uncomplete. It is is extremely hard to get a completed print job. It is always on pause.

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Pause all the other jobs and print only the one you need. if the memo is with in the print job go back to your software that you use to create it and select to print just the page number you need.

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