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    Default HP Officejet 6500 - how to print on envelopes?

    Anyone know how to print return addresses on envelopes on an HP Officejet 6500?
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    You use the template in Microsoft Word.

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    Forgive my stupidity but where do I find the template?
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    In MS Word, go to mailings, then envelopes. From there, you should get a pop-up window with a place for mailing address & then return address is on the bottom. The window should also have a picture showing how to put the envelopes in the printer for proper placement.
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    And then how do I figure out which way to put the envelope in the printer?
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    the window should show you. Mine shows with the flap on the top & right.
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    Quote Quote by crystalscookingnow View Post
    In MS Word, go to mailings, then envelopes. From there, you should get a pop-up window with a place for mailing address & then return address is on the bottom. The window should also have a picture showing how to put the envelopes in the printer for proper placement.
    I am in MS Word 2003...and I dno't see anything that says mailings - where do I look?
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    FOUND IT!!
    Under "tools"
    Carolyn Kraham ~ Director, Florida
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    Quote Quote by dannyzmom View Post
    FOUND IT!!
    Under "tools"
    Good! I was about to breakout the laptop.
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    I almost have it working but it's printing so that the return address is falling off the left side of the envelope - how do I adjust the margins?
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    Quote Quote by dannyzmom View Post
    I almost have it working but it's printing so that the return address is falling off the left side of the envelope - how do I adjust the margins?
    you should be able to move the "box" that it prints in like dragging a text box
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    Ok - now how do I print more than one at a time?
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    You should be able to go to the File>Print option to get the dialog box just like with any other document, and then just change the number of items.

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    Carolyn - what you really need is an office assistant to do all this stuff for you!
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    Quote Quote by ChefBeckyD View Post
    Carolyn - what you really need is an office assistant to do all this stuff for you!
    You are SO right!
    Carolyn Kraham ~ Director, Florida
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    Just FYI ..

    Marketing Tip #1: people open a hand written envelope BEFORE they will open a printed one.

    Marketing Tip #2: people will open a "thank you" sized envelop or "invitation" sized envelope first over a legal sized envelope.

    If you really want your customers to OPEN your mail, use those two techniques.

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    Quote Quote by Sheila View Post
    Just FYI ..

    Marketing Tip #1: people open a hand written envelope BEFORE they will open a printed one.

    Marketing Tip #2: people will open a "thank you" sized envelop or "invitation" sized envelope first over a legal sized envelope.

    If you really want your customers to OPEN your mail, use those two techniques.
    I hand write all the envelopes - but was using labels for the return addys. That was getting costly so I am now printing the return addy onto the envelope. I am thinking once I run out of #10 elnvelopes, I'll switch to invite sized...I bet I can find 'em cheaper, too!
    Thanks for the tip!
    xoxo
    Carolyn Kraham ~ Director, Florida
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    But you can't fit a mini catalog in an invitation size envelope, right?
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    Quote Quote by dannyzmom View Post
    I hand write all the envelopes - but was using labels for the return addys. That was getting costly so I am now printing the return addy onto the envelope. I am thinking once I run out of #10 elnvelopes, I'll switch to invite sized...I bet I can find 'em cheaper, too!
    Thanks for the tip!
    xoxo
    Actually, with our generous discount at Office Max, the box of 500 #10 envelopes is WAY cheaper! The card/invite sized ones are a specialty size so they are more expensive!

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