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Printing mass mailing envelopes

I can't figure out where to put the envelope to make it run through the printer. I'm trying to do a mail merge. I have everything ready on the screen, but how do I get the printer to cooperate?
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If your printer is like the HP 920c, in addition to setting up the merge list, one has to select "Merge to Printer" on the Mail Merge tool bar. It's located on the far right of the tool bar. The envelopes have to be placed in the paper tray after first removing any paper there.

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Hi

you have not mentioned that what is the printer you are using. any way you should find a sub paper tray near to the main tray, with different types of envelops, marked/engraved on it. some time the same tray is used for this purpose and have the small paper or envelops info on it.
pls mention the printer model if you dont find the tray yet.


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