How To Change HP Printer Offline To Online?

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    HP Printers are the most demanding printing machine just because of its reliability and durability. Like other technology, HP Printers are having annoying technical glitches which somehow stop printer to print anything. One most common problematic error due to which your printer doesn’t print any document is HP Printer Offline. Generally, your printer might appear in Offline state when your printer can’t communicate with your computer system. Therefore, it is very much essential to first check out the connection and make sure your printer is turned-on and it is well-connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your PC. Once you are confirmed that there is no connectivity issue, your printer might start printing the documents and photos. Furthermore, you can also contact us directly through 24/7 online support number. We are extremely talented and highly skilled so your printer which is showing offline will immediately turn back to Online for sure.

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    Go to the Start icon on the bottom left of your screen then choose Control Panel and then Devices and Printers.

    Right click the printer in question and select “See what’s printing”.

    From the window that opens choose “Printer” from the menu bar at the top.

    Select “Use Printer Online” from the drop down menu.

    Remove All Pending Print Jobs
    From the “See what’s printing” menu mentioned previously right click and “Cancel” any print jobs present.

    With the print jobs removed select “Use Printer Online” again.

    If any suborn print jobs remain then try restating both your PC and printer.

    Removing and Reinstalling Your Printer
    Right click the printer from Devices and Printers and select “Remove device”.

    Now add the printer again by selecting the Add a Printer option from Devices and Printers.

    I hope these steps will be helpful!
    Mark Wilson

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