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When I cancel the printer does not print other items that have been scanned. it gets hung up.

I am printing an article from the internet. While it is printing I decide I don't want to print the rest of the article. I hit the cancel button. It stops printing. When I go to print another different article, it either does nothing or prints the original article that I cancelled.

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Hi,
when you print an article on-line. it goes into your printers memory. 10 pages for instance. if you cancel after 5 pages. the printers RAM ( memory ) stores the remaining pages to be printed. the only way to do this, is to cancel printing. then go into printer program. and delete the queue, or pending items, before exiting windows.
hope this explains your dillema.
mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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