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HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus-how to stop unwanted printing

My printer prints out everyday  a crossword puzzle, etc and I don't want them. What do I need to do to turn this feature off.

 

 

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Touch the front panel, touch Apps, scroll to find uCrossword click on the checkbox to get the printing "Paused", then press the back arrow to return to the main menu.  

 

You can also set the preferences at http://www.ePrintCenter.com.

 

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How to stop unwanted printing on my HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus.  Please assist.  Thank you.  Rita McShea

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OSUgirl1964 wrote:

How to stop unwanted printing on my HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus.  Please assist.  Thank you.  Rita McShea


Please read this post then provide some details. What operating system? How is the printer connected - USB, wired LAN, Wireless LAN, bluetooth?

 

What exactly is printing?  How often?

 

Did you look at the solution above?

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I use Windows 7  Browser: Internet Explorer  Wireless connections

Receiving NBC news on printer daily without requesting.

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OK, do the following:  touch the Home icon on the front panel, touch Apps, hit the > button on the right to scroll until you see the NBC News app, click on NBC News, Settings, Turn Off Scheduled Delivery, OK.

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Garfield coloring pages print out when computer turned on.  How to stop unwanted print outs ?

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donaldramsay wrote:

Garfield coloring pages print out when computer turned on.  How to stop unwanted print outs ?


This thread has instructions on turning off (or just pausing) apps from printing.  Read the thread, it should help resolve the issue.

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