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I need a few documents I printed last month

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I printed a few documents last month, but I think I failed to save them. I can't seem to find them. Does the HP DeskJet 2700 series store my printed documents somewhere? PLEASE HELP!!!!

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@teresagay 

 

Retrieving previously printed content ONLY works if you set up the ability to save printed content ahead of time.

 

Without having done so, there is no "retrieval" - the printer hasn't any record of what it prints.

 

 

Job Reprint

 

Depending on the printer model and software and the Operating System, the "reprint" option can be set ahead of time to "Keep printed documents".  After that point (and until / unless the setting and / or printer software installation is disrupted), objects printed to the print queue on that computer are saved and can be reprinted at a later time.

 

NOTE

Your printer and environment may work differently from the example provided in this post.

 

IMPORTANT

Removing / Reinstalling the printer software resets this option to default (document print list is not saved).

 

 

Save jobs to be reprinted later

 

For those reading, the following applies to recent versions of Windows and a printer for which the Full Feature Software has been installed.

 

Control Panel > icon view > Devices and Printers >

Right-Click on your Printer > Printer Properties>

(If necessary) Change Properties > Tab Advanced >

Select Keep printed documents > Apply > OK

 

When jobs are saved in the queue, they can be printed again later.

 

Control Panel > icon view > Devices and Printers >

Double-Click on your Printer

Double-Click on See What's Printing

 

If necessary, select the printer (for example HP Officejet 8740 Network)

Once the queue is open, 

* Single-Left-Click on a job that you want to reprint to highlight that entry

Right-Click on the highlighted job > Restart

 

*The job will print using the current paper / preferences as set for that printer.  If you need to adjust the paper or job parameters, Double-Click on the job to be printed to open the Properties (available options).  After adjusting the settings, click OK to exit the Properties menu.

 

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@teresagay 

 

Retrieving previously printed content ONLY works if you set up the ability to save printed content ahead of time.

 

Without having done so, there is no "retrieval" - the printer hasn't any record of what it prints.

 

 

Job Reprint

 

Depending on the printer model and software and the Operating System, the "reprint" option can be set ahead of time to "Keep printed documents".  After that point (and until / unless the setting and / or printer software installation is disrupted), objects printed to the print queue on that computer are saved and can be reprinted at a later time.

 

NOTE

Your printer and environment may work differently from the example provided in this post.

 

IMPORTANT

Removing / Reinstalling the printer software resets this option to default (document print list is not saved).

 

 

Save jobs to be reprinted later

 

For those reading, the following applies to recent versions of Windows and a printer for which the Full Feature Software has been installed.

 

Control Panel > icon view > Devices and Printers >

Right-Click on your Printer > Printer Properties>

(If necessary) Change Properties > Tab Advanced >

Select Keep printed documents > Apply > OK

 

When jobs are saved in the queue, they can be printed again later.

 

Control Panel > icon view > Devices and Printers >

Double-Click on your Printer

Double-Click on See What's Printing

 

If necessary, select the printer (for example HP Officejet 8740 Network)

Once the queue is open, 

* Single-Left-Click on a job that you want to reprint to highlight that entry

Right-Click on the highlighted job > Restart

 

*The job will print using the current paper / preferences as set for that printer.  If you need to adjust the paper or job parameters, Double-Click on the job to be printed to open the Properties (available options).  After adjusting the settings, click OK to exit the Properties menu.

 

Thank you for participating in our HP Community.

We are a volunteer community workforce dedicated to supporting HP technology

Click Thumbs Up to say Thank You for the help.

If the answer helped resolve your issue, Click "Accept as Solution" .

 

 

Dragon-Fur

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