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Re: how do I print envelopes
You will get an option to print envelopes either from the microsoft word or you can use the software provided by your printer vendor.If you want any further support, an online technician from techbuddies can help you for free.For this log on to http://tinyurl.com/m7ghqz
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When you open up your printer settings (got to printer and right click on properties), go to the advanced tab. In there you'll find various setting for print quality and paper sizes, choose envelopes. Make sure you insert the envelopes into you printer as specified on the printer.
To print an envelope in Vista, just open any document in Word, select envelope, (located under Home to the left). It will put you in the envelope program. You can type in any address and return address here. Also under options you can change the size of envelope. Hope this helps.
Have you tried this procedure? ---------------------------------------------------------- Loading Envelopes You can load plain envelopes into the paper tray of your Kodak ESP 3 All-in-One printer. Important Do not use envelopes with cutouts or cellophane windows. 1 Remove any other paper from the paper tray. 2 Insert one or more envelopes into the right side of the paper tray with the print side down and the envelope flaps on the right, pointing left.
3 Squeeze the paper-width guide and move it to its right-most position up against the envelopes. 4 Leave the paper tray open while the envelopes are loaded.
If you have and it's not printing correctly, there is probably a problem with the document you're trying to print.
Open a MS Word Document, select 'Tools' then 'Letters and mailings' then 'Envelopes and labels...'
Envelopes and Lables dialogue box opens - ensure you are on the 'envelopes' tab
Then type your recipient address in the larger white box
for standard letter envelope (DL 220m x 110mm) - Insert envelope into Brother HL-2030 manual feed, with print side up, gummed flaps down and to the left side (bring gray plastic guides in close to secure).
Then select print.
I have found that during the feed, one end of the envelope gets a little bit crumpled but overall it's still a little bit more professional looking than my handwriting.
You can try using Microsoft word in printing on envelopes, it is easier. On my MS word>tools>letters and mailings>envelopes and labels>click on feed and use the fourth from the left option.
Load the envelope at the right side of the printer> the envelope flap should be on the left facing the printer.
This would depend upon the software you wish to use. For instance MS Word has an envelope printing utility built in. Access it through TOOLS > LETTERS & MAILINGS > ENVELOPES & LABELS, use the HELP feature to read help info on the settings required.
If you wish to use a simlple text editor like Word pad, simply set the PAGE SETUP settings to reflect the media you are using; for instancce set paper size to ENVELOPE C5, and then the margins to something like
Left = 60
Right = 100
Top = 80
Bottom = 50
Click OK and this will then mean when you print your document the text will be kept toward the center of the envelope.
Change the envelope and margins to whatever suits you best.
Slip the envelope into the printer (face up and flap to the bottom) and push the guard up. You should be good to go.