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#1 Deep_Level_Shark

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Posted 13 July 2014 - 18:10

I have a laser printer HP Laserjet 1018

 

I have an envelope.

 

Size : 26 cm x 12 cm

 

I wan to print Address (To at the top right corner   and From at the bottom left corner )  on this envelope.  I am facing difficulty in positiong the envelope and printing Address at the right position.

 

Can anyone please guide how do I make it properly ?

 

OS: windows 8




#2 OP Deep_Level_Shark

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 16:22

comments  please.

 

my objective is to print To and From address on envelope.

 

Do you have any alternative better suggestion ?

 

Let me know if I need to purchase any additional hardware / software for this ?



#3 Soldiers33

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 16:27

what happens if you set paper size in word to the same as envelope?



#4 OP Deep_Level_Shark

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 16:35

what happens if you set paper size in word to the same as envelope?

 

1. How to do that ?

 

2. How do I position To and From address on the word properly so that it prints on the envelope properly with alignment distortion .  Can I see a preview of this before printing ?



#5 Soldiers33

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 16:53

Go to page layout, then size and select the size you need or set to custom. That will then show the document exactly as the envelope size, then just the address on the area you want it? I can try it tomorrow, as we have HP printers at work.



#6 +LogicalApex

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 16:59

Might want to give the manual a read. It shares all the details to the question you have...



#7 shozilla

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 17:00

Have you tried this?

 

http://legalofficegu...ting-envelopes/

 

HP: http://h10025.www1.h...us&dlc=en&lc=en



#8 _dandy_

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 17:04

Is this what you're after?  http://h10025.www1.h...cname=c00381785



#9 OP Deep_Level_Shark

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 18:44

my problem is ... how do I put my envelope in the tray ?

 

Is it  (1)  or (2)  ?   I am confused at this .

 

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Is  there any video to try



#10 +LogicalApex

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 19:13

my problem is ... how do I put my envelope in the tray ?

Is it (1) or (2) ? I am confused at this .

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Is there any video to try


The manual prefers option 2. You should read it.

#11 xrobwx

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 19:18

Loading and Printing on Envelopes in Windows
 
 
Introduction
The product supports multiple sizes and types of paper. This document provides instructions for loading and printing on envelopes.
 
Loading and printing on envelopes from the input tray
Use the following steps to load and print on envelopes loaded in the input tray.
Step one: Load the envelopes
  1. Slide the paper guides outward to slightly wider and longer than the envelopes.
    Figure 1: Slide out paper guides
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  2. Load the envelopes in the tray print side up with the top edge aligned to the left paper guide. Stack up to 15 envelopes.
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    NOTE:The main tray supports up to 15 envelopes at any one time. If the envelopes have a flap on the short edge, feed that edge into the product first.
    Figure 2: Load envelopes
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  3. Slide the paper guides inward to rest against the edges of the envelope stack.
    Figure 3: Slide paper guides inward
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Step two: Change the print settings and print
Follow these steps to print on envelopes from a computer running Windows.
  1. Click File , and then click Print .
    The Print dialog box opens.
  2. Depending on the software program, click Properties , Options , Printer Setup , orPreferences .
    The printer Properties dialog box opens.
  3. Click the Paper/Quality tab.
  4. Select Envelope as the paper type.
  5. From the Size drop-down list, select the applicable size. Or, to create a custom size envelope, use the following steps:
    1. On the Paper/Quality tab, click Custom .
    2. Click in the Name text box, and then enter a name for the custom envelope size.
    3. Click in the Width text box, and then enter the width.
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      NOTE:Make certain the size is in inches. Click the Use Millimeters/Use Inches button to toggle between using millimeters and inches to define the custom paper size.
    4. Click in the Height text box, and then enter the height.
    5. Click Save .
  6. Click Apply to save the settings.
  7. Click OK to print the envelopes.
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NOTE: For specific details on how to format text for printing on envelopes, consult the help files in the word processing software. For best results, consider using a label for the return address on envelopes


#12 shozilla

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 19:28

my problem is ... how do I put my envelope in the tray ?

 

Is it  (1)  or (2)  ?   I am confused at this .

 

2014-07-15_0010.png


Is  there any video to try

 

I gave you 2 links ...

 

read all the articles that the links provide that I gave you.  Follow the instructions and you will be fine.

 

If you don't understand the manual, contact one of your relatives and he/she will help you out.  If it is at work, ask someone who work with you there and he/she will show you how.



#13 T3X4S

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 19:47


Look @ this - it took all of .1 sec


Fire up word, and you can select Mailings from the top level ribbon, then Envelopes

Then click options & it should look something like this (Office 2010)
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You can select your custom measurements (converted to inches) since I didnt see a prelisted one that has same measurements

Word will handle everything for you -

The other post shows you how to put the envelope in.



#14 OP Deep_Level_Shark

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Posted 17 July 2014 - 16:27

I have tested as per the manual. This is very much frustrating.

 

Although its printing on the envelope ...but  the addresses are not printing on the proper place ...for example , To address is going to extreme left and some letters are getting cut ...also delivery address is coming in the middle of the envelope........entire thing is a chaos.

 

Is there any other approach ?



#15 sc302

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Posted 17 July 2014 - 16:51

Try playing with the boarders of the envelope.  The delivery/to address is supposed to be in the middle of the envelope.  I think  you have screwed up your document. 

 

What are you using? If in word 2010, click the mailings heading then click envelopes.  Fill in the delivery address and then the return address and presto, you have a envelope that prints properly.   Even tells you how to feed the envelope.