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Sent 2 print jobs to a shared printer at another desk.  First one printed, second one did not.  Opened printer window, selected "cancel document" in usual way.  Status reads "Deleting-Printing."  But job will not delete.  Waiting a really long time (overnight) did not help.  Re-starting computer and printer does not help.  How can I get rid of this print job?
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by:kenny240179
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i had the same problem a while ago. select a different default printer and then delete the file from there.
the file is just a ghost image and is not really there.
try printing.if its bugging you that much delete the printer driver and then reinstall it that will defo fix it
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by:hardin
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printer is not my default, its elsewhere on a small peer to peer network

the print job doesn't bother me by being there, but it is preventing me from printing subsequent jobs- they que up behind it and wait

I'll try deleting and reinstalling the driver.  thanks
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by:hardin
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I would like to delete this question if I may

the problem turned out to be on the computer to which the printer is attached
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