Printing A5 envelopes

Say, I have an HP930C printer and a HP710 printer. I am using standard C5 envelopes, DL. Can these printers accommodate these envelopes? I wish to print the address on the labels directly by feeding these through before they are sealed over. Alternatively, I can seal them which will prevent any pieces sticking on to the mechanism. Alternatively, can you recommend some inexpensive printers that would accommodate the printing of these envelopes?
shaunwinginAsked:
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akbCommented:
Usually better not to seal envelopes before printing them. If they are sealed I would assume they have content in them. Most laser printers apply the heat to bond the toner to the paper from the back. If the envelope is too thick the toner won't stick.
Most laser printers have an option to print envelopes. Some of them move the envelope slower than regular paper to give the heat a better chance of bonding the toner.
shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
Kindly comment regarding the Deskjet printers.
akbCommented:
I apologise. For some reason I thought they were laser printers.
Have a look at the following links:
http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bpu55001
http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-bfd07406
It looks like they will both be good for your envelopes.

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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
No Problem - not familiar with envelope sizes shown - will they accommodate C5 envelope?
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