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How to Cancel Multiple E Print Jobs

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Hp Officejet Pro 8727
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How do I cancel multiple HP ePrint jobs?? I have many jobs but I don't see a que or a cancel button whatsoever.

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@roberttolppi, Welcome to HP Support Community!

 

Follow the below steps to cancel the ePrint job.

  • Log on to the hp ePrint center using this link
  • Click "Printers" or "My Printers" on the top menu bar.
  • Select your printer from the bar underneath the main menu bar.
  • You should see "Recent Jobs" in the main body of the page
  • You will find an option to cancel the job right under the date and time the job was submitted.

I hope that answers your concern adequately. Let me know!

 

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