Cancel, pause or release a print job
You can cancel a pending print job and remove it from the queue in the printer settings.
Cancel a print job
If you accidentally started printing a document, you can cancel the print so that you do not need to waste any ink or paper.
How to cancel a print job:
Type "Settings" into the global search bar on your desktop. Click on the resulting Settings icon, or press Enter, to open.
Click the Show Jobs button on the right-hand side of the Printers dialog.
Cancel the print job by clicking the stop button on the play-pause-stop symbols.
If this does not cancel the print job like you expected, try holding down the Cancel button on your printer.
As a last resort, especially if you have a big print job with a lot of pages that won't cancel, remove the paper from the printer's paper input tray. The printer should realize that there is no paper and will stop printing. You can then try canceling the print job again, or try turning the printer off and then on again.
Be careful that you don't damage the printer when removing the paper, though - if you would have to pull hard on the paper to remove it, you should probably just leave it where it is.
Pause and release a print job
If you want to pause or release a print job, you can do so by going to the jobs dialog in the printer settings and click the appropriate button.
Click the Show Jobs button on the right-hand side of the Printers dialog and either pause or release the print job based on your needs.