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Printer won't take thick envelopes

I would like to address my daughter's wedding invitations by computer but the envelopes don't fit- they seem to be too thick for our printer.  Can I open the back of any printer and feed the paper manually?

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You need to use the bypass tray that is located on the fron of the machine (pull out where indent is), from their you need to select thick paper setting in the printer properties and thick paper in the printer properties.

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