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Will not print envelopes. also is looking for more than one envelope


hi, each and every envelope has a code to identify it. So you printer knows what the size and format of the envelope is. you must select the code in envelope section from your application which you are printing your address for the envelope from eg; MS-Word. You should do this because not only dimentions of the envelope is telling the printer where to print but the weight of the envelope so it can allow for the thicker paper coz at some corners of the envelope it is 3x the thickness. feed it from the rear of the printer (manual feed) so it has its straightest path and does not have to curl around the rollers. make sure you feed it into the correct path there should be a line as a guide to where to feed it in so it can configure itself to where to print on the envelope.. i hope that helps you.. cheers!

Jun 19, 2014 | Canon Pixma MX452

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Trying to print on a #10 envelope from iMac 27 with Os 10.5.1 using iWork. Printer will not load paper


I am on an iMac using OSX 10.5.8 and printing on an Epson R1800. With iWork, word processing module I set up the envelope to print and under the File menu, select page setup and choose #10 Envelope with Portrait orientation. I feed the envelope into the printer in the normal horizontal, top first, print surface up. In the File menu I select Print and hit Return. Most of the time this works. Sometimes the envelope feeds through without printing, and occasionally the envelope won't feed but the printer goes through the printing cycle. The R1800 is not the ideal envelope printer. It is made to print photos on photographic paper. I use an old fashioned typewriter to address envelopes.

Jul 11, 2010 | Epson Stylus Photo R1800 InkJet Printer

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Paper size mismatch for A9 envelope (5.75x8.75)


Set the envelope size in the printer properties paper size list to A5 (5.83 x 8.27) which is only .08 inches wider than the short side of an A9 envelope (5.75 inches). The paper size sensor on the HP6520 printer must not be sensitive enough to tell the difference. I can print A9 envelopes just fine using the A5 setting.

Jan 20, 2010 | HP Photosmart C4580 All-in-One - InkJet...

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I would like to feed and print an 6" x 9" envelope


Print 4" x 6" photo images in normal mode in about 60 seconds; up to 17 ppm ... 3/4 Envelope. 9 Envelope. A4. A5. B5 Envelope. C5 Envelope. DL Envelope. 6 3/4 ...lexmark.com/lexmark/product/home/15/...?tabId=1

Dec 04, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP5000 InkJet Photo Printer

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How do you load an envelope in the printer?


Hi, Please follow these steps to load :-
1.Turn on your printer. Make sure it is in ready mode (green status light on) and it is not printing or running any other operations.
  1. 2.Determine whether your printer uses a top-feed or bottom-feed. Blank paper stands upright in a top-feeding printer and lays in a tray on a bottom-feeding printer.
    3.Load your envelope in portrait mode for envelopes that are 8.5 inches wide (standard paper size). Fold the flap down and place the envelope with the side to be printed on facing you. Load the envelope so that the side with the flap enters the printer first.
    4.Load your envelope in landscape mode for longer envelopes that cannot fit in lengthwise. Close the flap. Load the envelope so that the left side enters the printer first (the flap will be on your left).
    5.Set the paper guides. This guide is the sliding piece on your feed tray (it will usually be on the left). Slide it over so that the paper is held straight when it enters the printer.
    6.Set up your printing preferences. Go to "File > Page Setup" or access your printer’s properties page. Under orientation, select portrait or landscape mode depending on how you loaded your envelopes. If your printer has this option, select “Left” for bottom-feeding printers and "Right” for top-feeding printers
    7.Take a look at the "Print Preview" (usually found under "File" menu) and make sure everything looks good. Then print.
  2. Thanks!

Oct 02, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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IBM 1532 makes a loud bang loading an envelope


That sound is actually the printer sucking the air out of the envelope to flatten it out. It is normal and there is no way to turn it off.

Aug 07, 2009 | IBM Infoprint 1532 Laser Printer

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How to print envelopes


Open the manual feed tray door (that is the door on the front that has the "Brother" logo on it. Narrow the feed tray guides to filt your envelope. Envelopes feed it with flap side up and to the left.

Dec 30, 2008 | Brother MFC-8660DN 5-in-1 Laser...

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Envelope printing


With the address highlighted go to Tools, Envelopes, Custom
Enter the custom envelope size
Pick #4 feed method
click OK

Set the feed tray to hold the envelope along the right side.
Insert the envelope with the flap up - push it all the way in.

Print it

Dec 18, 2008 | HP DeskJet 6122 InkJet Printer

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Envelope printing


You need to insert the envelope in the manual feed area and open the exit door at the back this allows the envelope to go straight through the printer hopefully limiting creasing. Check the envelope settings in windows make sure that you are using the correct size and feed selection.

Thanks J

Feb 03, 2008 | Brother HL-2040 Laser Printer

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