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Printing old copied images not saved

ILL TRY TO PRINT OUT A NEW DOCUMENT, BUT IT AUTOMATICALLY STARTS PRINTING OUT OLD COPIED IMAGES FROM A PREVIOS COPY OF DOCUMENTS . HOW DO I GET RID OF THESE OLD DOCUMENTS? WE DO NOT SAVE OUR COPIED DOCUMENTS.CAN SOMEONE TELL ME HOW TO GET RID OF THESE? IT PRI NTS OUT VARIOUS COPIED DOCUMENTS. HOW DO I ERASE THESE?

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Go to the printers & faxes documents & look for your printer model, now see if there is any pending documents there & delete it.

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