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Re: making address labels and envelopes
Vista is the operating system. I am not using Vista, but I can pretty much promise you there's nothing built in to create labels and envelopes.
Go to www.avery.com and take a look at their free software to create address labels using their products. I'm not sure if you can print directly on envelopes with their software, but if you have Microsoft Word on your computer it will do that for you.
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The upper tray on my 6120 has adjustable guides on either side of the document and can be set from 2" to 8.75" wide. It is not intended just for photos! I use it for ALL envelopes that will fit. I use the MS WORD "Mailings", "Envelopes", "Options", "Envelope Size" menu to tell the printer what size the envelope will be (any size not listed in the standard list can be customized from the CUSTOM option at the bottom of the envelope list). Your word processor should have something similar. Running from the tray should be a straighter run and will actually place less distortion stress on the envelope.
Use a mailing label for anything larger than 8.75". You can download a program from Avery (and probably other label manufacturers) that really makes labels simple to produce. Labels should also be run from the rear tray if possible so they won't wrap around your rollers.
With the HP ENVY 110 series, you can print on a single envelope, a group of envelopes, or label sheets designed for inkjet printers.
To print a group of addresses on labels or envelopes
1. Print a test page on plain paper first. 2. Place the test page on top of the label sheet or envelope, and hold both up to the light. Check the spacing for each block of text. Make adjustments as needed. 3. Load the labels or envelopes into the paper tray. CAUTION: Do not use envelopes with clasps or windows. They can get stuck in the rollers and cause paper jams. 4. Slide paper-width guides inward against the stack of labels or envelopes until the guides stop. 5. Select the appropriate options. • On -Paper/Quality- tab select a Plain paper type. • Click the [Advanced] button, and select the appropriate envelope size from the Paper Size drop down menu. 6. Click [OK], and then click [Print] or [OK] in the Print dialog box.
If you print from within a program that DOES have that listed (like M$ Word,) then you don't need the limited printer driver to specify the paper size.
No, you can print on any envelope size. As far as addresses are concerned, you need to setup a template for the envelope size in your program. What program do you have for this function, do you have Microsoft Word or come other word processor like that?
Click the "Download Template" button. Enter your info and click "Submit". Follow the prompts to download the file. After you download your Avery template, be sure to remember where you saved the file on your computer and the file name. Open Microsoft® Word or an Adobe® program for your template and select File > Open to navigate to the drive and folder to open your template. Use the program's formatting and printing features to edit and save your template. For Microsoft® Word users - If the template looks like a blank page, select Table > Show Gridlines to view the template layout.
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use the hp software ..and use the envelopes templates in the setup of the page ..or ...just open Microsoft office word ..and select the mailings and in the left side will be the envelopes template ..(office 2007)