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Stop the printing jobs

I need a solution on how to stop the printing jobs of printer hp deskjet3325 since i mistakely print a doc

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2008

    printing jobs are repeatedly printing web page will not adjust to new documents. previous data in memory will not clear. stop/exit button do'nt work on/off does not work have to unplug printer to stop printing documents previously printed.

  • Witchywoman Mar 16, 2008

    Hp deskjet 340. I can't make it stop printing when I want to cancel something with too many pages .I click on cancel and then the off button but it starts up again and again.

  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    ml 320 turbo will not stop printing report. off/on switch and unplug does not help.

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Start -settings-printer-open your hp printer by double click,and cancel all documents,
switch of the printer
restart to confirm the delete

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It sounds like both of these have been done already. So...next option.

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