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Promote Job on Workcentre Copier/Printer

Promote Job on Workcentre Copier/Printer

Promote Job on Workcentre Copier/Printer

I am using a Workcentre 7755. When I am printing a large job and someone has a rush copy or print to make, I know I can interrupt printing but can I promote the new job without losing the big one?


RE: Promote Job on Workcentre Copier/Printer

Calling 1 800 821 2797 is the best way to Know for sure in the USA. I think you can only promote to the next job, not interrupt, but I am guessing.

I tried to remain child-like, all I acheived was childish.

RE: Promote Job on Workcentre Copier/Printer

Job Status and highlight job, and select delete. If the job remains select Machine status/print report/ Activity/Jobstatus/ Error history report and then as mentioned above call the Xerox Welcome centre (800-821-2797)and they will walk you through clearing the job from the queue. PS you may want to have your Customer #

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