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HP Customer Support page and ensure the printer is running the latest available firmware. Print a Configuration Report from the control panel of the printer to check the installed firmware version.
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    The most obvious way to cancel a print job is to find a cancel button or a cancel menu command on the printer and to press it. So, if you have not already done this, try this method first.

    If this method worked for you, you are finished with this article. However, you may want to read the "Prevention tips" section to avoid this problem in the future.

    If your printer does not have these items or if this method did not work for you, try Method B.

    Method B:
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    Next, try turning the printer off and then on. With certain printer models, this cancels the print job.

    If this method worked for you, you are finished with this article. However, you may want to read the "Prevention tips" section to avoid this problem in the future.

    If this method did not work for you, turn your printer off, and then try Method C.

    Method C:
    Use Control Panel to cancel printing
    This method is a bit fancier. We will use Control Panel to try to cancel printing.

    But what exactly are you trying to do? Are you trying to cancel printing only a single document, or are there other print jobs that you want to cancel? And are all the print job yours, or are there print jobs that other people have sent to the printer? If you have to cancel documents that other people have sent to the printer, you must have Computer Administrator status or you must have permission to cancel the print jobs. If you are using your own printer, you most likely have Computer Administrator status. If you are printing to a shared printer, you might have to ask the system administrator to cancel the print job for you.

    To cancel one or more print jobs, follow these steps.

    1. Click Start, and then click Run.
    2. In the Open box, type control printers, and then click OK.
    3. Right-click the icon for your printer, and then click Open.
    * To cancel individual print jobs, right-click the print job that you want to cancel, and then click Cancel.
    * To cancel all print jobs, click Cancel All Documents on the Printer menu.

    Note If you cancel a print job that you did want to print, make sure that you send the print job to the printer again.

    If this method worked for you, you are finished with this article. However, you may want to read the "Prevention tips" section to avoid this problem in the future.

    If this method did not work for you, make sure that your printer is turned off, and then try Method D.
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    Method D: Stop the print spooler and delete all spooled files
    If you tried Methods A through C and you were not successful, Method D should work for you. If you came to Method D immediately only to delete a print job, some of what we say here might not apply to you, so please bear with us.

    Method D is somewhat more complex and will require a bit more work than the other methods, but don't worry. Method D looks much more difficult than it really is.

    First, in case that you don't know how printing works, here is a short explanation. Print jobs are sent to the printer as spooled files. This means that the files are put in a temporary location so that the printer can access a print queue and print jobs at its own speed. If you stop the spooler and its files, most of the time, you both cancel printing and delete the print job.

    Note To use this method, you must have Computer Administrator status. If you are using your own printer, you most likely have Computer Administrator status. If you are printing to a shared printer, you might have to ask the system administrator to cancel the print job for you.
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    To stop the print spooler and its files, we will have you create and run a script file that will automatically stop the service. This sounds difficult, but it really isn't. Just follow these steps carefully.

    1. Click Start, and then click Run.
    2. In the Open box, type notepad, and then click OK. Notice that a blank Notepad document opens.

    Step 2: Copy a command script to Notepad
    Now we will have you copy and paste some commands to the Notepad document.

    1. Carefully select (highlight) all the following text:
    net stop spooler
    del %systemroot%\system32\spool\printers\*.shd
    del %systemroot%\system32\spool\printers\*.spl
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    2. Right-click the text that you selected, and then click Copy.
    3. In Notepad, right-click in the blank document, and then click Paste.
    4. Carefully select (highlight) all the following text:
    C:\DeletePrintJobs.cmd
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    6. In Notepad, click Save As on the File menu.
    7. In the File Name box, right-click, and then click Paste.
    8. Click Save.

    Step 3: Run the command script file
    Now that you have created the command script file, you will run it. To run it, you will copy and paste the name of the command script file in the Run box.

    1. Carefully select (highlight) all the following text:
    C:\DeletePrintJobs.cmd
    2. Right-click the text that you selected, and then click Copy.
    3. Click Start, and then click Run.
    4. In the Open box, right-click, and then click Paste.
    5. Click OK.
    6. Notice that the Command Prompt window opens to run the command script file that you created. Notice also that this window closes automatically when the command script file has finished running. If you do not see the Command Prompt window open, check that you saved the command script file by using the correct name and that you entered the correct command script file name in the Run box.

    If this method does not work the first time, or if you cannot print anything after you use this method, restart your computer, and then try again.

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    If this method worked for you, you are
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    If this method did not work for you,
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    But what exactly are you trying to do? Are you trying to cancel
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    people have sent to the printer? If you have to cancel documents that other
    people have sent to the printer, you must have Computer Administrator status or
    you must have permission to cancel the print jobs. If you are using your own
    printer, you most likely have Computer Administrator status. If you are printing
    to a shared printer, you might have to ask the system administrator to cancel
    the print job for you.

    To cancel one or more print jobs, follow these
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    1. Click Start, and then click Run.
    2. In the Open box, type control printers, and then click OK.
    3. Right-click the icon for your printer, and then click Open.

      • To cancel individual print jobs, right-click the print job that you want to
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      • To cancel all print jobs, click Cancel All
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    If
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    If this method did not work for you, make sure that your printer
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    If you tried Methods A through C and you were not successful, Method D should
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    some of what we say here might not apply to you, so please bear with
    us.

    Method D is somewhat more complex and will require a bit more work
    than the other methods, but don't worry. Method D looks much more difficult than
    it really is.

    First, in case that you don't know how printing works, here
    is a short explanation. Print jobs are sent to the printer as spooled files.
    This means that the files are put in a temporary location so that the printer
    can access a print queue and print jobs at its own speed. If you stop the
    spooler and its files, most of the time, you both cancel printing and delete the
    print job.

    Note To use this method, you must have Computer
    Administrator status. If you are using your own printer, you most likely have
    Computer Administrator status. If you are printing to a shared printer, you
    might have to ask the system administrator to cancel the print job for you.
    Step 1: Start Notepad
    loadTOCNode(3, 'resolution');
    To stop the print spooler and its files, we will have you create and run a
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    it really isn't. Just follow these steps carefully.

    1. Click Start, and then click Run.
    2. In the Open box, type notepad, and then click OK.
      Notice that a blank Notepad document opens.

    Step 2: Copy a command script to Notepad
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    Now we will have you copy and paste some commands to the Notepad document.

    1. Carefully select (highlight) all the following text:
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      del
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      net start spooler
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    3. In Notepad, right-click in the blank document, and then click Paste.
    4. Carefully select (highlight) all the following text:
      C:\DeletePrintJobs.cmd
    5. Right-click the text that you selected, and then click Copy.
    6. In Notepad, click Save As on the
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      Note Notice that
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    Step 3: Run the command script file
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    1. Carefully select (highlight) all the following text:
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    2. Right-click the text that you selected, and then click Copy.
    3. Click Start, and then click Run.
    4. In the Open box, right-click, and then
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