I have an HP 1350 printer connected to my Pentium4 1GBmem ASUS P4P800-E computer through USB. I recently sent out a document that I wanted to print but the printer was off at the time. I turned on the printer and waited but nothing came out. Now the file is stuck in the printer spooller as I tried to delete the file. It reads "Deleting-Printing" in the status column. If I shut down both the computer and printer then power then up again I still get this one file sitting at the top of the spooler not deleting or clearing and blocking me from printing other stuff. How can I clear the spooler and actually remove this file.??? Note. I tried to stop and restart the printer spooler in the Administrative Tools/Services area and it worked but there must be a simpler way or why won't the file clear if it has started and been slated to be deleted....?
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