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How do I delete return address in Microsoft Word Envelope tool?

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How do I delete the return address in the Microsoft Word envelope tool?  I keep manually deleting it and it keeps popping up.  I don't want to omit this return address.  I want to simply delete it and have it blank as my default.
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Malonesio earned 50 total points
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While in Microsoft Word, go to "Tools" then "Options" and click on the "User Information" tab. Remove the information inside the "Mailing address:" box.
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There's an 'Omit' checkbox that you can select.  This setting does get saved.

Another quick and dirty solution would be to delete the return address and just type a space.  The next time the dialog is opened, the 'space address' is displayed.

Hope this helps!
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