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How do you print envelops - the names are never centered and theirs a ig space between name and address on envelops hp office jet pro 6480 all in one

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Since there are few step you have to complete before you can pirnt envelop
and theis site will not let me listed all of the step and pic to show you how it is setup.
the following link is the HP 6480 printer define how the evelop printing is done.
start on page 21.
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01325559.pdf

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