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How to print the envelope on a different printer from the letter?

Hello, I have someone in the office looking to use Microsoft Word 2003 to print envelopes (in the Tools--> Letters and Mailings --> Envelopes and Labels). The trick is, they want the letter to print on one printer, and the envelope to print on another. How do you change where the envelope prints? Can this even be done? Any help would be appreciated.

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Sure. Select the Office Logo (the big circle on the top left) and then choose: "Print>" You will be able to select the printer, and then choose: "Current page." Move to the next page, and repeat the process, choosing the preferred printer.

Hope this will FixYa.

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