printing on envelopes
Thread poster: Francesca moletta

Francesca moletta
Italy
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May 11, 2006

Hi all

I'm not sure this is the right forum for this issue...

Well, I'm wondering if I'm the only person on earth not able to print addresses on envelops!

I have a PSC all-in-one 1215 HP and XP Professional. I followed all the steps given by the office assistant to print on envelops (dimensions of envelop; preview), but as I insert the envelop on the printer tray (as shown!) and click on Print ... just one the address (the addressee's) appear on the envelop, but not at the right place.

Did I miss something? Anyone willing to help me?

Thanks, bye

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2006-05-12 10:35]


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Which software do you use to print? May 11, 2006

Os the printer driver installed correctly?
Didn't you mix up the envelope dimensions (inch and centimeters for example)?
Are you sure the adress is correctly positioned in your software?

But altogether making a remote diagnosis on hardware and software one has never seen is a bit difficult.
Maybe someone has exactly the same printer as you (quite likely) and similar configuration (not so likely anymore - due to a huge variety of hardware and software combinations)

Regards
Jerzy


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Uldis Liepkalns  Identity Verified
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How I do it May 11, 2006

I have address list in a Word file. I highlight the necessary address, then go to Tools- Letters and Mailings- Envelopes and labels (actually I have placed a shortcut to that on my Word tool bar) and click print. In this dialog box you can also set envelope size and orientation.

I have HP laserjet 1012, to start printing envelope I have to press the green button on the printer.

And that's all. (Never have used Office assistant for any purpose ).

HTH,

Uldis

[Edited at 2006-05-11 15:11]

[Edited at 2006-05-11 15:34]


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Eva T
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Thank you Uldis May 11, 2006

It is very kind of you to tell here about this. I learned something new today (as I always do in proz).

Eva


Uldis Liepkalns wrote:

I have address list in a Word file. I highlight the necessary address, then go to Tools- Letters and Mailings- Envelopes and labels (actually I have placed a shortcut to that on my Word tool bar) and click print. In this dialog box you can also set envelope size and orientation.

I have HP laserjet 1012, to start printing I have to press the green button on the printer.

And that's all. (Never have used Office assistant for any purpose ).

HTH,

Uldis

[Edited at 2006-05-11 15:11]


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Francesca moletta
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thanks May 11, 2006

Jerzy Czopik wrote:

Os the printer driver installed correctly?


Yes, it is installed correctly. Other printouts are OK.

Didn't you mix up the envelope dimensions (inch and centimeters for example)?


no


Are you sure the adress is correctly positioned in your software?


I clicked on Preview to see if it is correclty positioned and it is.

But altogether making a remote diagnosis on hardware and software one has never seen is a bit difficult.
Maybe someone has exactly the same printer as you (quite likely) and similar configuration (not so likely anymore - due to a huge variety of hardware and software combinations)

Regards
Jerzy [/quote]


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Trevor Butcher
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or use a different envelope May 12, 2006

I know that this will not fix all mailing problems, but have you considered those envelopes with a window in them so that the address on the letter is visible?

Trevor


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