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Resetting the Tray size on a RICOH C4000 Main Printer

We are trying to print addresses and return addresses on 9 1/2 inch by 4 and a quarter envelopes.

how do i reset the tray size on the bybass tray to make sure my print comes out the way i view it from Microsoft word?

good lord help

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When you go into the print properties in Word, you can specify the paper size that will be used in the bypass tray. Depending on which driver you are using, the settings will be a little different, but there should be an option to select the input tray -- Bypass Tray -- and paper size.

As for the orientation, Word will show you a recommendation for how to place the envelope, but this recommendation isn't always right. It's a good idea to run a test envelope through and see which way the addresses print. (The envelopes should always be face down.)

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