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The best way to delete the print job is to turn the printer off, then disconnect the cable from the printer to the computer. Turn the printer on with the cables off, and go to your computer and delete the document, Then once it's deleted, turn the printer off again, and then hook the cable back up. Then turn the printer back on. That should do it.
Disconnect the printer from the computer. Open the print queue, and be sure that the title bar says "printer offline". If it doesn't, select "use printer offline" from the file menu. Then try to delete the file multiple times if necessary to clear the queue. You may have to reboot the computer, but try this first. Also, you can try pressing cancel on the printer itself. If none of this works, disconnect the printer from power for 10 minutes, and try again. Good luck!!
Since you didn't mention the Operating System installed on your computer, I can't make very specific, by the way, let me try my best to explain on how to get rid of the problem.
I assume you are using Windows O.S like windows xp or vista or windows 7, click "Start", then again click "Printers and Faxes" [you can do the same from the Control Panel], on the Printers and Faxes folder, double-click the printer's icon and again click "Printer" menu and click "Cancel All Documents" and click "Yes" and now turn off the printer and again turn it on after few minutes wait. Again check the "Printers and Faxes" folder whether the print queues are still there or not, if so, re-do "Cancel all documents" and restart your computer. Restart both the printer and the computer and it'll definitely be cleared.
If you need further help, let me know with more details so that I can make more specific.
The mysterious printing document huh? many people run into this problem some point in the printing experiences.
This is what I think may be your problem.
You have backed up print jobs in your print cue. Things that you or someone using your computer told your computer to print but never printed out .. maybe your printer was out of paper? maybe you turned off your computer or it lost power before a print job was complete?
THIS IS WHAT YOU DO.
Look to the right bottom corner of your computer monitor. This is your system try. look of the printer icon. Click on it. now this should pull open a printer task menu.
right click anywhere in the box and cancel all print jobs.
Now resume trying to print your document. It should print out for you.
If you still have problems turn off your printer and computer.
turn back on your printer and then power back on your computer and try printing again. This last step is just a way of refreshing everything in case changes did not take place.
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Of course there are. Just press on "Printers And Faxes" in "Control Panel" and double click the printer you use. Locate and press "Printer" on menu toolbar in this new window and then "Cancel All Documents".
If this procedure is taking too long, shut down your computer and unplug your printer, then restart computer, replug printer. Try to "Cancel All Documents" again