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fitz7600
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Envelope printing on P1102w

Trying to figure out how to print an envelope using MS Word on a P1102w.  I keep getting the blinking attention light and the print job never makes it to the printer and instead cancels.  The manual doesn't even mention envelope printing.

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erh1954
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Re: Envelope printing on P1102w

Had the exact same problem using MS Word 2007/Vista. Click the "Options" button in the Envelopes and Labels print window, click the "Printing Options"  tab, and under "Feed from" select "Auto Select" from the drop down menu.

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papa43
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Re: Envelope printing on P1102w

Thanks for the information it worked perfectly. :smileyvery-happy:

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WesHolmes
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I turned on Printing Labels capability for a full sheet of Labels.  Now when I go back to print envelopes the red light blinks and it will not print the enveloe.

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Re: Envelope printing on P1102w

Hello,

Thanks for the post.  With this one we may have a couple of issues, I've attached a link to an excellent document below that provides light indicator patterns and how to resolve.  (Hint - Since you indicated that you had just printed labels, I suspect it is related to either a label jam or tray configuration)  Good Luck!  

 

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c02497683&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=4110396&tmp...

 

 

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tamalou
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Re: Envelope printing on P1102w

Cannot print envelopes from a DELL with Windows 7 and Word 2010 on a HP 1102w.

 

The printerd oes not sweem to receive o recognize the instruction from the PC, although all othetr print jobs run perfectly.

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stix4
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Re: Envelope printing on P1102w

Hello Temalu,

Thanks for the post.  With the P1102W, check the following:

Had the exact same problem using MS Word 2007/Vista. Click the "Options" button in the Envelopes and Labels print window, click the "Printing Options"  tab, and under "Feed from" select "Auto Select" from the drop down menu.  Good Luck!

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Envelope printing on P1102w

Does this only happen from Word with envelopes or does it happen from other programs too?

What type and weight of envelope are you using?

Have you ever been able to print envelopes?

How is the printer connected to the computer?
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rfhopper
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Re: Envelope printing on P1102w

I selected the "Auto Select" option, and the envelope fees as if it is printing.  The problem is it prints off page left when I use a #10 envelope.

 

Any other suggestions?

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bld65
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Re: Envelope printing on P1102w

 I need instructions on how to print envelopes on my P1102 printer.'

 

Barbara

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