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I set up my printer to print an envelope (lower tray). Now the printer only wants to print from the lower tray. I can print 8 1/2 by 11, but only by feeding in one at a time. How do I direct the printer back to upper tray?

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Go to Control Panel > Printers > and choose the printer you want to change. Right click on the printer and choose Printing Preferences. Under Paper Options > Size, choose Letter 8.5 x 11 inches. Then look for Source and change it to automatic or Tray 1. Hit Apply and close. That should restore the default to letter size.

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I'm having trouble addressing an large envelope the printer wants to print from the upper photograph tray and not accept the envelope from the lower tray. I have the MX922 printer.


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.
Happy Printing.

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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

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How to insert envelope in the bizhub C280. Where is the feeder for envelope


To insert envelope for printing use manual by pass tray.Manual by pass tray is at the lower left side of machine.Insert envelope there and start printing.Also check the pressure lever in fixing unit.Make sure it is set on envelope printing setting.

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How do I print an envelope


Hi,

Step 1- Remove the output tray

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Step 2 : Load Envelopes

To print one or more envelopes, follow these steps:

1. Remove all paper from the paper tray, and then slide a stack of envelopes into the tray, with the envelope flaps up and to the left (print-side down), until they stop.

2. Adjust the paper-width guide against the envelopes. Be careful not to bend the envelopes and do not overload the tray.

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3. Adjust the paper settings in the Printer Properties dialog box for envelopes. Click the Paper/Quality tab, then select the following print settings:

Size is: The appropriate envelope size
Type is: Automatic or Plain paper

4. Select any other print settings that you want, and then click OK .

5. Print the envelopes.


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Riztech

Mar 04, 2010 | HP OfficeJet 6210 All-In-One InkJet...

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Can't Print Envelopes, No Ink being used


Set tray 1 for the correct size envelopes in printer properties.

Feb 21, 2009 | HP LaserJet P2015dn Printer

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How to print an envelop


nstructions Use the following steps to ensure that you are ready to print envelopes. Your printer can have either a single envelope or multiple envelopes loaded and ready for printing.
  • If you are printing a single envelope, you can use the single envelope slot and leave your paper in the lower (IN) tray. This allows you to print the envelope and then a letter.
  • If you are printing a stack of envelopes, use the lower (IN) tray for loading the stack of envelopes.
To Load a Single Envelope
  1. Do not remove the paper from the lower (IN) tray. Be sure the card guide is in the down position, before using the single envelope slot.
  2. Remove a single envelope from its packaging.
  3. Slide the envelope evenly into the single envelope slot. The single envelope slot is located on the right side of the upper (OUT) tray. The envelope should be loaded with the address side down (flap side up).
  4. Make sure the creased flap edge of the envelope aligns with the right side of the single envelope slot.
  5. Slide the envelope through the slot until it stops. Make sure the envelope is not bent and is straight in the envelope slot.
    NOTE: To minimize print skew, use envelopes with rectangular flaps rather than triangular flaps.
To Load Multiple Envelopes
  1. Slide the paper width adjuster to its leftmost position.
  2. Pull out the paper length adjuster and remove any paper from the IN tray.
  3. Remove up to 20 envelopes from their packing and tap the short edge of the envelopes on a flat surface to even the stack.
  4. Slide the envelopes evenly into the IN tray, address side down (flap side up).
  5. Slide the paper width adjuster to the right until it gently touches the left edge of the envelope stack.
  6. For size Invitation A2 and C6 Envelopes, press the inside of the paper length adjuster handle to release and lower it.
  7. For all sizes of envelopes, push the paper length adjuster in toward the envelopes until it stops. Make sure the envelopes are flat in the lower tray and not bent.
Set up the Printer Properties
  1. Select Start on the taskbar. Choose Settings, then Printers. Right-click the printer. Select Properties from the pop-up menu.
  2. Select the Paper or Setup tab depending on the version of the printer driver software.
  3. In the Paper Options section, select the desired envelope size from the Paper Size drop-down box.
  4. Click OK.
Print Print the envelope from your chosen program. From most applications, just select the File menu, then choose Print. After Printing the Envelopes Reset the printer and the printer properties for the kind of printing you will be doing next.
  1. Remove any remaining envelopes from the lower (IN) tray.
  2. Slide the paper width adjuster to its leftmost position.
  3. Load the desired paper into the lower (IN) tray.
  4. On the computer, Select Start on the taskbar. Choose Settings, then Printers. Right-click the printer. Select Properties from the pop-up menu.
  5. Select the Paper or Setup tab depending on the version of the printer driver software.
  6. In the Paper Options section, select the desired paper size from the Paper Size drop-down box.
  7. Click OK.

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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.

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Tray selection


If there is such a thing for that printer it would be in the advanced settings under you printer driver.

Select control panel.
Select printers.
Move the mouse over to the printer.
Press the right mouse button.
Select properties.
Press the printing preferences button
Look under the advanced tab for the settings.

You could see if there is an updated driver on HP.com if that feature isn't listed.

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Print job will not print from the manually feed tray unless I select the Go button for it to process


Table 3-7. Paper Handling Menu
Item Values Explanation
ENVELOPE FEEDER
SIZE=COM10
For supported paper sizes
see page 1-12.
This item appears only when the
optional envelope feeder is installed.
Set the value to correspond with the
envelope size currently loaded in the
envelope feeder.
ENVELOPE FEEDER
TYPE=PLAIN
For supported paper types
see page 1-12.
This item appears only when the
optional envelope feeder is installed.
Set the value to correspond with the
envelope type currently loaded in the
envelope feeder.
TRAY 1 MODE=
FIRST
FIRST
CASSETTE
Determine how the printer will use
Tray 1.
FIRST: If paper is loaded in Tray 1,
the printer will pull paper from that
tray first.
CASSETTE: A paper size must be
assigned to Tray 1 using the
TRAY 1 SIZE option (the next item
in this menu when TRAY 1
MODE=CASSETTE). This allows Tray 1
to be used as a reserved tray.
TRAY 1 SIZE=
LETTER
For supported paper sizes
see page 1-12.
This item appears only when TRAY 1
MODE= CASSETTE. Set the value to
correspond with the paper size
currently

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