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Managing Print Jobs

The printing subsystem is one of those unassuming components that does its job quietly and without a lot of fanfare. In most cases, you can just let it go about its business, safe in the knowledge that your printing chores are in the hands of a competent professional. But what if you need to cancel a print job in progress or pause the printing while you insert some paper? For these situations, Windows 98 lets you interrupt the printing subsystem's peace and quiet so that you can manipulate various aspects of the print job.

In Windows 3.x, you used Print Manager to mess around with your print jobs. In Windows 98, however, each printer is given its own status window. To open this window, use any of the following techniques:


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