You can print a document using any printer you set up on your Mac. You can also specify a default printer, paper size, and orientation for the document. If no printers appear in the menu, click the Printer pop-up menu and choose either Nearby Printers or Add Printer, then choose an available printer. Select the checkbox. It appears only if your printer supports double-sided printing. Print a range: Click the Pages pop-up menu, choose Range, then enter the beginning and ending page numbers of the range. For more printing options: Click Show Details, then use the printing controls to change layout, paper handling, paper feed options, and more.
For more information about printing on your Mac, click the question-mark button at the bottom of the print window. Pause printing: Click the printer icon in the Dock, then click Pause. To continue printing, click Resume. Cancel the print job: Click the printer icon in the Dock, then click the small x to the right of the print job. The printer icon appears only when there are jobs in the printing queue. You can print envelopes from within Pages, as described below, or from the Contacts app on your Mac see Contacts Help to learn how.
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Click Stationery on the left side of the template chooser. On the envelope template, click placeholder text in the recipient address, then type the address. You can create personalized envelopes with your return address, then save the envelope as a custom template. Your envelope template appears in the My Templates section of the template chooser if you save it there. You can set a default printer for the document.
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On the Tools menu, choose Mail Merge Manager. Under 1. In the Return address box, type your address. At this point, you shouldn't type anything including spaces in the Delivery address box. If you can't type inside the Return address box, clear the Use my address check box, and then try again. Under Printing Options , confirm the correct print settings for your envelopes are selected. Under 2.
Select Recipients List , choose Get List , and then select the source for the mailing list for example, an Excel spreadsheet or a Word document. Under 3.
How to Print on an Envelope Using Microsoft Word (with Pictures)
Insert Placeholders , choose Contacts. Drag a field name from the Contacts list for example, FirstName to the envelope's address box. In your main document, edit the envelope's address box to add spaces and carriage returns where you want them.
To print your envelopes immediately, in Mail Merge Manager , under 6. Complete Merge , choose Merge to Printer. To create a document that contains your merged envelopes that you can save, in Mail Merge Manager , under 6. Complete Merge , choose Merge to New Document. Create mailing labels by using mail merge.
Create a data source for a mail merge. Prepare your Excel data source for a mail merge in Word.
Create envelopes by using mail merge in Word for Mac
Create and print a single envelope. If you want to use your Outlook contacts, make sure Outlook is your default email program. In the Envelope dialog box, leave the Delivery Address blank, and under Return Address , do one of the following: Choose Use my address to use your address from your email contact list.
Choose Omit to leave the return address blank. If none of the options match your envelope's size, do the following: Step 1: On the View menu, choose Print Layout. Expand your Office skills. Get new features first. Was this information helpful? Yes No. Any other feedback? How can we improve it? Send No thanks. Thank you for your feedback! It sounds like it might be helpful to connect you to one of our Office support agents.
Contact Support. Use an Excel spreadsheet or another type of data file as your address list. Select names directly from your Outlook contacts for your address list.
Select names directly from your Apple Address Book for your address list. In the Open Workbook dialog box, select the sheet you want to use, and then do one of the following: Leave Cell Range blank to use the entire worksheet. Choose OK.