There is one little icon in the upper right hand corner of the AOL screen that is dangerous. It is unprotected. You can click it by accident, and I have several times. I cannot find it when I am looking for it, but I sure can find it when I DON'T want it.
It starts printing whatever document that is on the screen. Sound handy? Well, it's NOT. Because it is going to print that document whether you want it to or not. If it happens to be a fifty page treatise on whale-bone, you're gonna get it ALL.
People tell me I can stop my printer when it is printing, but I never can. I go to control panel, select "printer", then select the actual printer (though I have only one), then right click until I see a command that says "Clear all documents." I click...it doesn't.
It does stop printing the pages. Instead it prints one line of gibberish on the top of each page, and turns out page after page of trash.
I believe that once the printer starts printing a fifty to one hundred page document, you might as well let it go... print em all. You can turn it off, unplug it, let it cool its heels until Monday morning, and when you turn it on,.... it begins printing the document again.
Once you accidentally hit that icon, you might as well throw the printer in the trash, and get a new one...but don't hit that icon with the new one.