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I wnat to print onto an No. 10 envelope. When I type the text in Word, I changed the page setup to No. 10 envelopes, typed my information then went I went to print, I loaded the envelopes in the middle under the guides, changed my paper size to No. 10 envelopes, but it only prints at the top of the sending address at the top of the ebvelope and in the middle. How do I set up my text and print these. Thanks.

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For details about how to load an envelope into the printer, see the user's manual.

The procedure for performing envelope printing is as follows:

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2. When loading the envelope in the rear tray, orient the envelope so that the flap is on the left and the folded surface is facing down.

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NOTE: If printing through a server, changes to the driver must be made at the server level.

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