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Printing envelopes on toshiba 2330c is not working

The toshiba 2330c is refusing to print envelopes from the bypass.

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SOURCE: PIXMA 830 Smudges when printing envelopes

On my MP780, be careful to select the appropriate paper type; I was getting black smudges on the left side of my envelopes until I explicitly set that my paper type was "envelope" from "plain paper".  
Another idea is to adjust the "ink drying wait time" to a higher level.

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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SOURCE: HP 5610 Envelope Printing Problem

Had this same problem. Went to Microsoft Office site and downloaded Service Pack 3 for Word 2000 and Security update #KB934392 and the printer started printing on the correct side again.

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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SOURCE: My HP LaserJet 4200 prints fine from tray 2, but will NOT print envelopes from tray 1. It WILL print on regular paper from tray 1, but will not print envelopes. What gives? I've already rebooted the

Are there settings on the control panel of your printer?
Is the tray 1 the MP tray? (The one that flips towards you)
If so, can you change the settings of the Tray 1 to Envelope on the control panel?

I hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Envelope Printing on HP 5610

I have Brother MFC 7420 cannot type or print envelopes from
word 2007. Any suggestions? BOB

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Printer Error When Printing Envelopes

I had the same problem with my 7260 and I finally changed the paper type from automatic to plain paper. Go to either Properties or Preferences in your printer set up window. Somehow this turns off some sort of sensor. It might work for you, too. To the person who is using the Hallmark program, that is where I first encountered the problem, I then tried to print an envelope from Word and the same error message came up. I found this solution online from someone using a three in one printer/fax/copier so I tried it and it worked for me, too! I hope this helps......

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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How to print #10 envelopes on a Xerox 3610 printer?


Solution : Print on Envelopes You can print envelopes from the Bypass Tray only.
Guidelines for Printing Envelopes
  • Print quality depends on the quality and construction of the envelopes. Try another envelope brand if you do not get desired results.
  • Maintain constant temperatures and relative humidity.
  • Store unused envelopes in their packaging to avoid excess moisture and dryness which can affect print quality and cause wrinkling. Excessive moisture can cause the envelopes to seal before or during printing.
  • Remove air bubbles from the envelopes before loading them into the tray by setting a heavy book on top of them.
  • In the print driver software, select Envelope as the paper type.
  • Do not use padded envelopes. Use envelopes that lie flat on a surface.
  • Do not use envelopes with heat activated glue.
  • Do not use envelopes with press and seal flaps.
  • Use only paper envelopes.
  • Do not use envelopes with windows or metal clasps.
To Load Envelopes in the Bypass Tray:
  1. Open the Bypass Tray.


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  3. Move the width guides to the edges of the tray.

    NOTE: If you do not load envelopes in the Bypass Tray right after they have been removed from the packaging, they can bulge. Flatten them to avoid jams.
  4. To load envelopes, select an option:
    • For Number 10 envelopes, load the envelopes with the short edge going into the printer, flaps down, and flaps to the right.
    • For C5 envelopes, do one of the following. If the envelopes wrinkle, try another option.
      • Insert envelopes with the print side up, flaps closed and down, and flaps going into the printer.
      • Insert envelopes with the print side up, flaps closed and down, and flaps going into the printer.
    • NOTE: When loading Monarch or DL envelopes, remove the Multipurpose Tray.
  5. On the printer Control Panel, press the Menu button.

    NOTE: To navigate through the menu, use the Up or Down arrow buttons.
  6. Navigate to Tray Settings, then press OK.
  7. Navigate to the Bypass Tray, then press OK.
  8. Navigate to Tray Mode, then press OK.
  9. Navigate to Panel Specified, then press OK.
  10. To return to the previous menu, press the Left arrow button.
  11. Navigate to Paper Type, then press OK.
  12. Navigate to Envelope, then press OK.
  13. To return to the previous menu, press the Left arrow button.
  14. Navigate to Paper Size, then press OK.
  15. Navigate to the required envelope size, then press OK.
Phaser 3610 Support Drivers

Apr 09, 2014 | Xerox Office Equipment & Supplies

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How does one print envelopes on the xerox pro 232?


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NOTE: If necessary, make sure the envelopes are loaded correctly in the Bypass or Optional Envelope Tray. See the Related Items below for additional information.
From the computer using Word 2003:
  1. Open the application, and then select [Print] from the File menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. Select the required printer, and then click on [Close].
  3. Select [Envelopes and Labels] from the Tools menu. The Envelopes and Labels window will be displayed.

    NOTE: For Office 2003, click on [Tools], then [Letters and Mailings], and then select [Envelopes and Labels].

  4. Click on the [Envelope] tab.
  5. Enter the address and other information in the fields provided, and then click on [Options].
  6. Select [Size 10 (4 X 9.5)] from the Envelope size pull-down menu.
  7. Click on the [Printing Options] tab.
  8. Click on the second icon from the right under the For Feed Method section.
  9. Click on [Face-up].
  10. Select [Default Tray (automatically select)] from the Feed from pull-down menu.

    NOTE: If the Envelope Tray is being used, select [Tray 2].

  11. Click [OK].
  12. Click on [Print] to begin printing.
From the computer using Word 2007:
  1. Open the application, and then select [Print] from the File menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. Select the required printer, and then click on [Close].
  3. Click on [Mailings] tab.
  4. Click on the [Envelopes] icon.
  5. Click on the [Envelopes] tab.
  6. Enter the address in the Delivery Address field.
  7. If necessary, enter the return address in the Return Address field.
  8. Click on the [Options] button.
  9. Click the [Envelope Options] tab.
  10. Select [Size 10] from the Envelope Size pull-down menu.
  11. Click the [Printing Options] tab.
  12. Click on the fifth icon from the left from the Feed Method section.
  13. Click on the [Face Up] radio button.
  14. Select [Bypass (Tray 5)] from the Feed From pull-down menu.
  15. Click [OK] twice.

Nov 23, 2010 | Xerox Office Equipment & Supplies

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How do i print envelopes on the panasonic DP 8035


most copier that is printing in envelope are done on bypass, set the paper size of your envelope ex 4 x 6 then place the envelope on the bypass.

Apr 25, 2010 | Panasonic Workio DP-4530 Copier

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Can't get envelopes to print properly on regular envelopes. Printing never in the right place.


Once u place the envelopes on the bypass, u need to select the "envelope" paper size.

Jan 07, 2010 | Toshiba E-Studio 3511 Color Copier

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Toshiba 281C Bypass tray


Problem isn't "solved", but have realized that the issue is related to the fact that the document I am trying to print is formatted for envelopes. When I print a regular word document (letter) it prints fine to the Bypass tray. It must have something to do with the fact that the document is 1000 envelopes. If I print to a PDF file, then print the document to the Bypass Tray I don't seem to have a problem.

Feb 17, 2009 | Toshiba Estudio 200L Copier

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How to print envelopes aficio ricio mp c4500


On an MP-C4500, envelopes must be printed using the bypass tray (the fold-out tray on the right hand side). Put the envelope in face-down and tighten the two fences so the envelope is snug.

When printing the envelope, make sure the print driver is set for the correct envelope size. If envelopes tend to jam in the printer, try setting the bypass paper type for thick paper.

Nov 19, 2008 | Ricoh Aficio GX5050 GelSprinter InkJet

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Can't print envelopes


Solution Title: How to print on COM10 envelops from the Bypass tray (PCL6) using a Windows 2000 O/S Resolution/
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Critical Message: The Envelope must be placed in the Bypass Tray face down (flap side up) and Long Edge IN. In Microsoft Word (Word 2000)
    1. Under the Tools tab, select Envelopes and Labels.
    2. Enter your Delivery and Return addresses.
    3. Click on Options
    4. Under Envelope Options; [Envelope size], select Size 10 (41/8 x 91/2 in)
    5. Under Printing Options, select Portrait (LEF) - Long Edge Feed
        • As Feed from, select Tray 5 (Bypass)
    6. Click <OK>

Within the WorkCentre Pro 123/128 print driver
After opening up the print driver [<Start>, <Settings>, <Printers>, double-click on the WCP 128 PCL6 driver], click on Printing Preferences under the General tab.
  • Under the Paper/Output tab
Set the following features as follow:
    • Job Type: Normal Print
    • Paper Size: COM10
    • Output Size: Same as Paper Size
    • Image orientation: Portrait
    • Image Rotation: OFF
    • 2 sided Print: 1 sided Print
    • Stapling: None
    • Output destination: Center Output Tray
    • Offset Stacking: None

  • Under Tray/Layout
  • Set Paper Source to Tray 5 (Bypass)
  • Click on Bypass Tray Settings
    • Paper Type: Heavyweight (1 or 2)
    • Feed orientation: Portrait
  • Click <OK>
  • " on Specify Paper Type and select Heavyweight (1 or 2)
  • " (Apply> and <OK>
  • " <OK> again

In Microsoft Word under Envelopes and Labels, Click <Print> to send the information to the printer.

Note: This setup represents one way of printing envelopes. Other ways setting up some features in a different manner will work as well.

Solution v1.3.20.0 312637.How to Print on COM10 Envelops From the Bypass Tray (PCL6) 2006-04-05 21:57:29

Nov 02, 2007 | Xerox WorkCentre PRO 128 Copier

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Trouble printing envelopes


Instead of Word 2000 use Corel Draw for printing invelope. Because there are too many options for placing your text at desired position.

Feb 06, 2007 | Canon imageRUNNER 4570 Copier

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