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How do I cancel ALL print jobs on the HP 4700? There are a great many of them.

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IF you have a windows operating system please got to printers and faxes(xp) or devices and printers, right click on your printer and choose 'cancel all documents'
or go to run>type 'servies.msc'>find 'print spooler' and restart it.

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• To cancel all print jobs, click Cancel All Documents on the Printer menu.

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- restart the printer to clear the print job from the printer's memory.

-if the error returns disconnect the network/USB cables from the unit and cycle power again.
If the error comes back without the network/USB connected perform a cold reset on the device and go the next step.
- Once the unit is at Ready reconnect the network/USB cable.

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1. Go to Control panel - Printers .
2. Right-click the icon for your printer, and then click

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1.Go to Control Panel - Click Administrative Tools.
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2 Turn the printer off and then back
on.
3 Try printing a job from a different
software application. If the job
prints, go back to the first
application and try printing a
different file. If the message
appears only with a certain
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5 Turn the printer off.
6 Remove all memory DIMMs or
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7 Remove all EIO devices from the
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8 Turn the printer on.
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each DIMM and EIO device one (memory)
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