Cancelling Print Jobs Manually
Generally Windows waits for a signal from the printer before cancelling a print job, so if the printer is clogged with a job that it not printing properly, or if the job was interrupted and is now printing gibberish, or if there is an invalid or corrupt job in the queue, causing the spooler to crash, the job will stall and can't be cleared. In which case the jobs can be deleted manually:
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