GET RID OF A JAMMED PRINT JOB
As you know, print jobs occasionally become jammed in the print queue. You can see the print job in the queue by going to Start | Printers And Faxes and double-clicking the appropriate printer. While the queue lists
Printing as the status, the job never prints, and other print jobs begin to stack up behind it.
If you cancel the jammed print job, the Status column indicates that you've deleted it. However, it never completes the delete operation, and the jammed print job remains right where it is.
When you encounter a jammed print job, your first instinct may be to reboot the system, which will flush the jammed print job from the queue. But there's an easier way.
the Stop Service button on the toolbar.