I have a new HP officejet 6100. How can I print a number 10 envelope. (1128 Views)
Posts: 1
Member Since: ‎09-14-2012
Message 1 of 2 (1,128 Views)

I have a new HP officejet 6100. How can I print a number 10 envelope.

HP officejet 1600, Dell desk top, windows office XP os.

How can I print a number 10 envelope.

Posts: 31,112
Member Since: ‎01-29-2009
Message 2 of 2 (1,123 Views)

Re: I have a new HP officejet 6100. How can I print a number 10 envelope.



Your printer supports the following sizes of envelopes:


U.S. #10: 105 x 241 mm (4.125 x 9.5 inches)
U.S. #9: 99 x 226 mm (3.9 x 8.9 inches)
A2: 111 x 146 mm (4.4 x 5.8 inches)
DL: 110 x 220 mm (4.3 x 8.7 inches)
C6: 114 x 162 mm (4.5 x 6.4 inches)


You need to load them properly:

You can load one or more envelopes (max 10) into the paper tray of your HP All-in-One. Do not use shiny or embossed envelopes or envelopes that have clasps or windows.

Note For specific details on how to format text for printing on envelopes, consult the help files in your word processing software. For best results, consider using a label for the return address on envelopes.

To load envelopes
1. Remove all paper from the paper tray.
2. Insert one or more envelopes into the far right side of the paper tray with the envelope flaps up and to the left. Slide the stack of envelopes forward until it stops.
3. Squeeze and hold the tab on the top of the paper-width guide, then slide the paper-width guide inward against the stack of envelopes until it stops. Do not overload the paper tray; make sure the stack of envelopes fits within the paper tray and is no higher than the top of the paper-width guide


Tip For more help on loading envelopes, refer to the diagram engraved in the base of the paper tray.


Source: page #26 of its manual.


Hope this helps.

**Click the KUDOS thumb up on the left to say 'Thanks'**
Make it easier for other people to find solutions by marking a Reply 'Accept as Solution' if it solves your problem.
† The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation