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Removing default envelope types from Word Perfect

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In WordPerfect 12, if you create a definition under Format --> Envelope --> Create new definition, I don't see a way to remove it from the options under "Default Envelop" .  How can I remove extra definitions?
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It is in your Page definitions.  Delete it from Format > Page > Page Setup.
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