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Canon 5700 how do you cancel print jobs once started.

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Well, first make sure that you're most recent drivers and manufacturer's software packages are installed - this will guarantee success.

Under the Control Panel (this is in Windows XP, correct?), Printers and Faxes, you should see your printer, Canon 5700 Series or something of that nature.

Double clicking on it will result in an open Print Queue, where you can view, cancel, or pause any active print jobs that are spooling for this printer.

If and only if you have the most recent drivers installed, there will be a dialog box that pops up detailing ink levels, etc, and will have a "Cancel Print Job" button on it.

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Usually there is an icon that will pop up in task bar by clock double click it and the click cancel

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my canon 5700 dont wanna print ,the fax end scaner worck .

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