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How to print envelopes from the office 6210. From the feeder up top or tray below

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SOURCE: Loading & Printing envelopes

Because of the design, I think you need to feed it manually. (unfortunately, one by one)

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SOURCE: 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.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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Open the document feeder and clean the scanner glass.

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SOURCE: How do you print envelopes on the Canon Pixma iP460

I print envelopes a lot for my business.
What I do is I use the regular paper feed, and I open the flap on the envelope so that it's flatter. Simply slide the paper guide to adjust to the size of the envelope.
Also, typically the orientation for printing envelopes is sideways. You put the left edge of the envelope in the printer first. If you are unsure of the orientation, simply do your first print on plain paper. Then you'll know how to insert the envelope.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: envelope jam HP Officejet 8500

Hi,

Try to print envelope through Microsoft Word

Steps:-

1) Click Tools , click Letters and Mailings and then click Envelopes and Labels .
2) Type the Delivery and Return address information.
3) Click Options .
4) On the Envelope Options tab, set the following options:-

  • Envelope size : set to match the loaded envelopes.
  • US only : if desired, select the Delivery point barcode to make it easier for mail sorting machinery to correctly route the envelope.
  • Return address : for Size 10 envelopes only, set the Return Address position .8 inch in the From left section.
5) Select the Printing Options tab and verify that the following settings are selected:
  • Select the Feed Method option that shows the envelope on the far right side with the short edge first.
  • Select Face down .
  • Examine the selected feed method image and verify that the envelope flap is on the left side of the envelope. If it is on the right, select or deselect Clockwise rotation.
6) Click OK and then click Print .

As envelop can not feed correctly every time, it depends on the weight, flap design, paper type and other factors & cause jam, To prevent those you can do.
  • Print envelopes at a higher quality setting so envelope is pulled through the unit more slowly. e.g:- Switch fast to slow mode or slow to best mode.
  • Tuck the flap inside the envelope before loading it into the printer.

Have a nice day...don't forget to rate the solution.


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How do I print envelopes on Office Jet 6500?


  • Flip up the printer's output tray to reveal the input tray below and remove any paper in the input tray. Insert up to five envelopes into the input tray, print-side down, and slide the width guide so it touches the edges of the envelopes but does not bend them.

  • 2

    Fold the output tray back down and flip out the extension piece at the end of the tray. Fold up the paper stop at the end of the output tray's extension to keep the envelopes from falling out of the output tray.

  • 3

    Click "File" at the top of the software program you are using to create the text to be printed on the envelopes. Click the "Properties" or "Setup" button in the window that opens, then click on the tab labeled "Paper/Features."

  • 4

    Click the "Type Is" pull-down menu and select "Envelopes." Select the "Size Is" drop-down menu and click on the size of the envelopes you have loaded in the input tray. If you do not find the correct size, click "Custom" and type the height and width in the window that opens, then click "Save."

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    Click the "Source Is" drop-down menu and select "Tray 1." Click the "OK" button at the bottom of the window to save your settings, then click the "Print" button to begin the print job.



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    Generally NO. The reason is they have a manual slot and rear exit that keeps the path nearly straight for things like envelopes, labels, cardstock etc so they dont have to make the turn from the tray and from the fuser to the fact down exit tray. If you need to do a mailmerge with numerous envelopes you could 1) print a sheet of labels and stick those to blank envelopes or 2) go to a more advanced machine that has envelope feeder capability. Even a used machine such as a Laserjet 4000 - you can find envelope feeders that just attach on easily for almost nothing on ebay.

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    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

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    This should be in your manual complete with pictures.

    You can print a single envelope using the photo/envelope feeder. Insert the envelope into the photo/envelope feeder with the side to be printed facing down and the flap to the left.

    You can print multiple envelopes (max 20) from the bottom tray. Temporarily remove the top (output) tray. Slide the paper guide in the bottom tray to the left. Load your envelopes to the far right with the side to be printed down, flaps to the left (I like to tuck the flaps into each envelope so they are less easily jammed, but this is optional). Slide the paper guide to the right snugly against the envelopes. Replace the output tray. Start printing.

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    If you look closely at the very front of the paper tray, just to the left of the sliding thing that keeps the paper from drifting out of the front, you will see a couple of illustrations showing how to position envelopes in the paper feeder. For regular letter-sized envelopes, or even greeting card envelopes, place them face down with the top of the envelope pointing to the left as you are facing the printer. The return address area should be away from you. Position the envelope all the way to the right side of the paper feeder, then gently slide the envelope all the way back until it is stops so that it is accessible by the paper feeder. Bear in mind that it will be flipped over when it comes out. To avoid wasting an envelope, do a trial print on a piece of paper to make sure you understand the positioning correctly. Good luck!

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    Table 3-7. Paper Handling Menu
    Item Values Explanation
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    Solution --> Phaser 4400 Printer: Printing envelopes

    Printing EnvelopesEnvelopes can be printed from the optional envelope feeder, the Multi-Purpose Tray, or Tray 1, 2, or 3.
    Guidelines for envelope printing
    • Use only paper envelopes.
    • Do not print on the back of the envelope.
    • Never use envelopes with windows, metal clasps, or exposed gummed surfaces.
    • Keep unused envelopes in their packaging to avoid the effects of moisture and dryness, which can affect print quality and cause wrinkling.
    • Envelopes may wrinkle depending on weight and stiffness of the envelope.

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    caution_image88x30.gif Never use envelopes with windows, metal clasps, or exposed gummed surfaces; they can damage the printer. Damage caused by using unsupported envelopes might not be covered by your printer's warranty.
    note_image33x30.gif Note: The heat from the printing process can melt certain types of envelope glue. If the envelope flap sticks shut after printing the test print, tuck the flaps inside the envelopes when printing the remaining envelopes. Printing envelopes from the envelope feeder
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