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Printing Envelopes

Posted on 2011-03-08
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I have been printing envelopes via MS Word 2010 for quite some time.  I made the mistake of looking at the envelope templates (to add a little decor to the envelopes)

Now when I try to print an envelope in the basic template (no extras, just the return / sender's address), the envelope basically comes up blank when printed.  If I try to print one of the envelope templates, they don't print correctly either.

I have enlosed some screen shots.  I am using HP2840 All in One and connected through a network.
envelopes-and-labels.jpg
envelope-options-printing-option.jpg
envelope-options.jpg
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by:kenycl
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have you  tried reinstalling the printer driver?
what is the printer brand and model you're using?
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hdhondt earned 500 total points
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In the 3rd image (envelope-options) I see that your envelope size is US Letter. Try changing that to the correct size.
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by:coreybryant
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Thanks hdhondt - that worked.  I was playing around with the size (as you can see) to print another envelope and forgot to change it back (thanks mild dementia once again).  
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