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m602 printer with envelope feeder and Microsoft Word 2010

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I have a user using an m602 printer with envelope feeder and Microsoft Word 2010.  Is there a way to have the printer only print on envelopes from Word's envelopes and labels option?

The user is having an issue with pdf documents printing on envelopes pulled from the envelope feeder.
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by:Merete
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Hi
I use a media suite stationary
 that prints to labels envelopes dvd discs and cd's
As I'm still using office 2003 I can't show you but I sourced
this for you

Printing tips: Learn how to print labels, envelopes, and more
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-au/windows-vista/printing-tips-learn-how-to-print-labels-envelopes-and-more
To print envelopes and labels, you should use software with features that make it easier to fill them out and print them. Many word processing, desktop publishing, and design programs contain templates for printing on a wide variety of envelope and label sizes.
After you fill in an envelope or label template with your text, the next step is to figure out what direction to feed the blank envelopes or label sheets into your printer. Should you feed them face up or down, and which direction should you rotate them?

Fortunately, many programs help you figure this out, including Microsoft Office Word and Microsoft Office Publisher. Some label makers also provide their own software for printing labels. Check the word processing or desktop publishing program you use to see if it supports label or envelope printing. Before printing on a label sheet or envelope, print a sample on plain paper, and examine all print options the program gives you.

For information about printing envelopes and labels in Microsoft Word, go to Create individual envelopes and labels. For information about printing envelopes and labels in Microsoft Office Publisher, go to Tips for printing your publication.
Here's another roosterup
http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/Technology/doc4912.ashx
http://www.addintools.com/documents/word/where-envelopes-labels.html
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fixed by playing around with printer settings on printer.
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by:roosterup
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i fixed it
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by:Merete
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I find your answer pretty lame roosterup. (fixed by playing around with printer settings on printer.)
You asked for help I provided it then you say you solved it yourself by playing around with the printer settings, so how come you needed help in the first place.
Sounds as if you got the help that pointed you in the right direction.
Glad to see you re-solved it anyway.
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