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Lately when I try to print out an envelope for mailing, the addresses get printed in the wrong place or only a partial address is printed in larger type than I had set it up for.

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Sounds like a print driver problem. Have you recently updated your print driver or switched to a different operating system?

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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 do I print envelopes using Word 2013


  1. On the Tools menu, point to Letters and Mailings, and then click Envelopes and Labels.
  2. Click the Envelopes tab.
  3. In the Delivery address box, enter or edit the mailing address.
  4. In the Return address box, you can accept the default return address or do one of the following:
    • Enter or edit the return address.
    • Omit a return address by selecting the Omit check box.
  5. If you have access to electronic postage, for example if you purchased it from a service on the World Wide Web, you can add it to your envelope.
  1. To select an envelope size, the type of paper feed, and other options, click Options, select the options you want, and then click OK.
  2. In the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, do one of the following:
  • To print the envelope now, insert an envelope in the printer as shown in the Feed box, and then clickPrint.
  • To attach the envelope to the current document for later editing or printing, click Add to Document. The envelope is added to the document in a separate section.

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How do i address envelopes on my lenovo Windows 7 computer


The simplest method of addressing envelopes is to use a word processing application such as Microsoft Word.
If you do not have Word then I would recommend downloading and installing a copy of Kingsoft Office Suite Free 2012 which is compatible with the latest versions of Microsoft Office documents and is free for home users.
Once the application is installed, open Kingsoft Writer 2012 (which is very similar to Microsoft Word).
Click on File then on Page Setup and select the Paper page tab where you can then choose the Paper size to use for your envelopes.
In the Paper size drop down selection listing, choose an envelope size such as C6 Env.
If you are unsure which option to choose, then simply measure the size of the envelopes you are wanting to print on and set the Width and Height values (in centimetres) to match that size.
Next switch back to the Margins page and select the Orientation that you want to use for your envelopes, i.e. Landscape or Portrait.
On this same page you can also increase the Margins to position your address text more centrally on the envelope.
Click on OK to exit Page Setup.
Type your address on the main Kingsoft Writer page and you are ready to print the envelope on your printer.
Kingsoft Writer can also use Mail Merge to write a series of addresses on a stack of envelopes if you need to write a number of addresses.
Simply create a list of your addresses in the Kingsoft Spreadsheets application, putting each 'address field' in a separate 'box' in the new spreadsheet so that you have a column each of 'Names', 'Address line 1', Address line 2, Town, County, Post code etc.
Then in Writer, click on Tools, Mail Merge toolbar, then in the toolbar, click on the left icon to Select Data Source and select your addresses spreadsheet document.
Next, click on the icon for Insert Merge Field and select all the address fields to insert into your new Envelope document.
Finally, adjust the layout of the fields by moving fields on to new lines as needed. You can also change the font and character size of the new address fields to make the text larger or bolder etc.
Last of all, click on the icon for View Merged Data which will show you what your addresses will look like when printed on the envelopes - you can step through the list of addresses using the controls in the toolbar.

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descicon.gif function showThisURL(){ $('.urldisplay').show(); } function hideThisURL(){ $('.urldisplay').hide(); } email-icon.gif print-icon.gif btn_remove_x.gif Return to Search Results Solutions for : How To Print on Envelopes in the Bypass Tray or Optional Envelope Tray Solution : Print on Envelopes in the Bypass Tray or Optional Envelope Tray This solution assumes that Number 10 envelopes are being used and printed on using Microsoft Word 2003 or 2007. Steps may vary if other applications are used.
NOTE: If necessary, make sure the envelopes are loaded correctly in the Bypass or Optional Envelope Tray. See the Related Items below for additional information.
From the computer using Word 2003:
  1. Open the application, and then select [Print] from the File menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. Select the required printer, and then click on [Close].
  3. Select [Envelopes and Labels] from the Tools menu. The Envelopes and Labels window will be displayed.

    NOTE: For Office 2003, click on [Tools], then [Letters and Mailings], and then select [Envelopes and Labels].

  4. Click on the [Envelope] tab.
  5. Enter the address and other information in the fields provided, and then click on [Options].
  6. Select [Size 10 (4 X 9.5)] from the Envelope size pull-down menu.
  7. Click on the [Printing Options] tab.
  8. Click on the second icon from the right under the For Feed Method section.
  9. Click on [Face-up].
  10. Select [Default Tray (automatically select)] from the Feed from pull-down menu.

    NOTE: If the Envelope Tray is being used, select [Tray 2].

  11. Click [OK].
  12. Click on [Print] to begin printing.
From the computer using Word 2007:
  1. Open the application, and then select [Print] from the File menu. The Print window will be displayed.
  2. Select the required printer, and then click on [Close].
  3. Click on [Mailings] tab.
  4. Click on the [Envelopes] icon.
  5. Click on the [Envelopes] tab.
  6. Enter the address in the Delivery Address field.
  7. If necessary, enter the return address in the Return Address field.
  8. Click on the [Options] button.
  9. Click the [Envelope Options] tab.
  10. Select [Size 10] from the Envelope Size pull-down menu.
  11. Click the [Printing Options] tab.
  12. Click on the fifth icon from the left from the Feed Method section.
  13. Click on the [Face Up] radio button.
  14. Select [Bypass (Tray 5)] from the Feed From pull-down menu.
  15. Click [OK] twice.

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    1. Click Tools on the menu bar in Microsoft Word, and then do one of the following:
    2. Word 2000: Click Envelopes and Labels .
    • Word XP: Click Letters and Mailings , and then click Envelopes and Labels .
    1. Type the Delivery and Return address information.
    2. Click Options .
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    • S. only: if you want to, 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 to .8 inch in the From left section.
    • Click the Printing Options tab and verify that the following settings are selected:
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