Print job

I keep gettng the same print job sent to my printer every 7 days- how do I stop it from doing that?

Is this a print from a Web App? If so, there are settings in there about time and frequency of printouts.
I was a support engineer for HP.
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    This is debatable, but what's wrong with learning something new and having another workaround until Apple gets around to fixing this?
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    Submit feedback to Apple about this issue, but they are probably already aware of it since it has come up before.

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