hp-support-head-portlet

Actions
Loading...

Welcome to HP Customer Support

hp-contact-secondary-navigation-portlet

Actions
Loading...

hp-share-print-widget-portlet

Actions
Loading...

hp-concentra-wrapper-portlet

Actions
Loading...

HP Designjet Z3200PS Printer Series - Job status messages

These are the possible job status messages, approximately in the order in which they may be seen:
  • Receiving: the printer is receiving the job from the computer
  • Waiting to process: the job has been received by the printer and is waiting to be rendered (for jobs submitted through the Embedded Web Server only)
  • Processing: the printer is parsing and rendering the job
  • Preparing to print: the printer is performing writing system checks before printing the job
  • Waiting to print: the job is waiting for the print engine to become free to proceed with printing
  • Waiting for nest: the printer is set up with nesting on and is waiting for other jobs in order to complete the nest and proceed with printing
  • On hold: the job was sent with the on hold for preview option and is on hold
      note:
    Do not send a job for preview with more than 64 pages.
      note:
    If the printer hangs up while printing a job, and the queue facility is turned on, the partially printed job appears in the queue as on hold when the printer is next turned on. When you resume the job, it starts printing at the page it was interrupted.
  • On hold for paper: the job can't be printed because paper is not loaded in the printer. Load the required paper, see Paper handling, and click Continue to resume the job
  • On hold for accounting: the job can't be printed because the printer requires all jobs to have an account ID: enter the account ID and then click Continue to resume the job
  • Printing
  • Drying
  • Cutting paper
  • Ejecting page
  • Canceling: the job is being canceled, but remains in the printer job queue
  • Deleting: the job is being deleted from the printer
  • Printed
  • Canceled: the job has been canceled by the printer
  • Canceled by user
  • Empty job: the job does not contain anything to print
Remove a hold
When the printer puts a job on hold you receive an alert, see Printer alerts, which explains why the job is on hold. Follow the instructions on the screen to remove the hold and continue printing.

hp-feedback-input-portlet

Actions
Loading...

hp-online-communities-portlet

Actions
Loading...

Ask the community!


Support Forum

Support Forum

Join the conversation! Find Solutions, ask questions, and share advice with other HP product owners. Visit now


hp-feedback-banner-portlet

Actions
Loading...

hp-country-locator-portlet

Actions
Loading...
Country/Region: Flag Bulgaria

hp-detect-load-my-device-portlet

Actions
Loading...