How To Print An Address On Envelopes
Printing envelopes at home can be a real time saver over hand addressing, but more setup is involved than printing standard 8 1/2 x 11 copy paper. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to print on an envelope using Microsoft Word and your inkjet or laser printer. Watch as we explain in simple, easy to follow language, tips & tricks on how to print your own envelopes at home
At LCI Paper, we house a variety of laser and ink jet printers so that we can test print our specialty papers, envelopes, and invitation cards and offer printing recommendations to our customers. In addition, we print a variety of sample pieces to be used in the product photos, tutorial articles, and videos that are seen throughout our website. On occasion, we also print large format documents such as wide signage (11x17, 13x19) or invitations and specialty paper that measure over the standard 8 1/2 x 14 inch legal size.
To add to our printer variety, we recently purchased a Canon Pixma iX7000 - a large format ink jet corporate and graphic arts printer that was chosen for its price; ability to print a wide range of paper sizes, weights, textures, and finishes; print borderless; and connect to a network for shared use.
Read this printer review to learn how the Canon Pixma iX7000 printer has performed.
We're reaching out to our customers to ask you if you'd like to see this envelope style made with other specialty papers that we carry. Currently, it is only made with our premium Old World paper. Continue reading to see the envelope, then tell us if you like the European flap design. Would you like it to be available with specialty paper brands like Stardream, Aspire Petallics, Beckett Cambric Linen, Pop-Tone, So Silk, our own LCI brand, or something else entirely?
Make Your Own One-of-a-Kind Envelopes with Custom Liners! Nancy in New Jersey did. So can you! As part of our Share Your Creativity program, we are featuring Nancy's Do It Yourself custom lined envelope project. She was intrigued when A, she saw our Japanese Tissue Paper, and B, she read our step by step blog article on making custom envelope liners out of any specialty paper. After her envelopes were finished and sent out, Nancy took time to talk to us about her creative process. The transcript of that telephone interview follows.
Instead of typing in your guest's information and printing each envelope one at a time, learn how to use Microsoft Word's Mail Merge feature to print envelopes all at once! We'll show you how to create a template, enter addresses, set up the printer driver, and finally, print the envelopes.