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We've been seeing questions about how to set up and print an envelope--not a slew of envelopes in a mail merge, but just one.So our Word of the week is envelopes.Let's take a look:
-- Joannie Stangeland
I have been trying to figure out why when i try to add a envelope to a document it comes up with a dialog box saying it needs to be between 1 and 31 i am so confused can you please help me i am lost.
I have recently upgraded to Word 2010, and I need some help with envelopes. My old Word saved all of the addresses that I frequently used. (On the envelope window, there is a little book icon, and they were all in there, after I added each one.) Word 2010 says I need to use my address book from Outlook, but I don't use Outlook. And if I type in a new address in the box, it doesn't seem to save it anywhere. All I want if for my addresses to be saved so I can access them again next month. Can you help?
Sometimes when you insert an address from Outlook using the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, the address appears with extra vertical space between each line. To get rid of this extra space, you need to add the envelope to the document. Then select the paragraphs of the address and open the Paragraph dialog box (on the Home tab, click the dialog box launcher icon in the Paragraph group) and set the Before and After spacing to 0 Inches.
It might be a bug with your printer driver. Try switching to a different default printer to test this. You can also install the Generis Text driver(part of Windows) for this purpose. The process is the following: click Add Printer from the Printers and Faxes(or devices and printers in Windows 7) and choose Generic | Generic Text Only option.
From the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, click Options, displaying the Envelope Options dialog box Then in the Delivery Address area, click Font. The Envelope Address dialog box opens, Change the font, style, size, color, and so on, and then click OK to accept the changes. Then do the same thing for the return address.
I'm using a HP Officejet 6500A Plus.I was able to print #10 size envelop once (or the first time). Since then I'm always prompted that "Paper type or size is incorrect". I verified my setting every time, yst, I cannot print.
Maybe your printer doesn't recognize that size, in Word, go to Page Layout->Page Size->More Paper Sizes... and specify a custom paper size for the envelope that you know for sure your printer accepts (example: 4 x10 in) and adjust the textboxes in Word so your content looks good. Try printing after that.
re: Bruce's question from 10/27/2010 I've been trying to print the return address on more than one envelope at a time. When I created the envelope dimensions w/the return address a second blank page appears. When I click on the printer icon I can print one envelope at a time but the second page wants to print. When I go the long route through File then Print, I can set the number of pages I want to print, then I type in 1 to set the print range to the envelope. Right? That's what I'm supposed to do? Well when I hit print, the envelope comes out blank and it STILL prints out a second page. What am I doing wrong?
Try In the print dialog, printing page 0 of the document.
Coming from Windows XP with Office 97 Pro, Windows 7 with Word 2010 is a fiasco. Not only is it virtually impossible for me to do many of the things that I could with Office 97, I believe that I'm going to have to really evaluate the capabilities of other word processors. I can't even find out how to not print borders in sections of tables!
Now, when I follow the new age video, Word 2010 refuses to print on a business envelope and my Brother MFC9840 CDW claims that the paper size is incorrect. So I then manually feed in an A size sheet, which prints in the middle of the page. I was able to get the addressee double spacing removed, but then had to completely format the addressee information.
Suggestion that even Bill Gates would concur on, is to reinstall the Word 97 defaults as an optional procedure.
I've forwarded your comments about envelopes to the product engineers. For printing tables without borders, you want to turn off the borders (you'll still be able to see the gridliines). Select the table, and then click the Table Tools Design tab. In the Table Styles group, click the arrow next to Borders, and then click No Borders.
You can get more help with finding things in Word 2010 by using the interactive guide: office.microsoft.com/.../learn-where-menu-and-toolbar-commands-are-in-office-2010-and-related-products-HA101794130.aspx.
I have recently got a new computer with word 2010 - I used to use windows premium 2000. I was able to add the company logo to the top right of an envelope - where is it in W2010?
Oops! I meant top left.
Go to Mailings, then Create->Envelopes. After typing the appropriate information (return address, delivery address), click on Add to Document. Go to Insert->Picture in the Ribbon, and then Insert your logo in the upper left.
Additionally, a way to guarantee that you are placing it in the top left, it’s to go to Insert->Header. Once focus is on the header, click on Insert->Picture. After doing that, double click anywhere within the envelope or click on ‘’Close Header&Footer’’ in the ribbon to be done.
Thanks for that. However, cant get the header option to work as there is already a header in the letter and the banner just gets added to the pages of the letter. The first option works great but how do you get to save it so it automatically appears on all envelopes when I'm doing a run of addresses? Hopefully there is a way cos I don't fancy having to do go through the process when I'm doing a 30 letter+ run... Any assistance greatly appreciated.