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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Power the printer off. You may even want to unplug it for 15 seconds or so. This will remove the document from the printers memory, but it should still be waiting at the computer. This way you can still print the document after you clear the paper jam.
If there's actually a piece of paper stuck in the printer as well, you will need to check your printer documentation about how to open the printer and clear a jam. If you're missing your documentation, click this link (HP 1350) to go to the HP support website for your printer.
Once you get everything all set, your document should go ahead and print. If it doesn't, go to the little printer icon somewhere near the clock and check the status of the document. You may need to right-click on the document and tell it to go ahead and print. You can also cancel the printing of the document from here.
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