Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Generating a Single Envelope
Chapter 6
Using Word for Mail Merge
Click the Omit check box if you don’t want
Word to add a return address to the envelope.
Click the Options button to display the
Envelopes Options dialog box. From this
dialog box you select the envelope size as
well as the default font you want for the
addresses.
The Printing Options tab displays options
for feeding envelopes, but I recommend
you leave it at Automatically Select since
Windows already knows how your current
printer accepts envelope feeds.
Tip
Figure 6-2
Envelope settings.
Each printer model handles envelopes a
little differently than the next one. Review
your printer manual for envelope feed
information.
Following are the other choices on the Envelopes
tab:
If you subscribe to an electronic postage
service such as Stamps.com, check the Add
Electronic Postage check box. You also
should then click the E-Postage Properties
button to set any desired options for your
epostage subscription.
Once you select the envelopes options, you now
can either create or print the envelope. If you click
the Print button, Word sends the printing
information directly to your default printer. Make sure you
have the printer on and the envelope inserted into
the appropriate location. If you click the Add to
Document button, Word adds a new page to the
top of the document and displays the envelope
(see Figure 6-3).
Enter your return address in the Return
Address dialog box, or click the Address
book button above it to extract your
address from your Outlook contact list.
When you exit the Envelopes and Labels
dialog box, Word asks whether you want to
save the return address as the default. If you
choose Yes, the next time you open the
Envelopes and Labels dialog box, your
address will already be listed in the Return
address section. You can change the default
return address at any time.
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