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Envelope margin error

When I print a single envelope, it prints fine. When I do a data merge on that same envelope file to print out a series of envelopes, suddenly I get a margin error notice and it cuts off the type on the most right hand side, in this case the "bulk mailing" indecia on the upper right hand corner. No matter how much I pull this type away from the edge of the document, I still get the margin error.

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Have you adjusted the page setup on your software?
I'm assuming you're using Word to print a mail merge. yes?

Check that the margins are setup properly in the "word document"
Go undetr file, page setup, and confirm the envelope size is set properly.
Check the page setup in the printing preferences.
File, Print, Printing Preferences.

The printer accepts whatever margins microsoft word tells it to use.

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