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I need to print on dinner place cards. Its about 3x3 induvial cards. Can I feed them through upper tray. Like envelopes? 

 

I tried it thought the bottom paper tray but the paper maybe was too small and did not get pushed through all the way. 

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@Deeone525 

 

Unknown Printer does not likely support tiny 3 x 3 inch card papers.

I don't know of any printer that supports this size paper, card or otherwise.

Could be out there, of course...

 

No - don't put 3x3 inch tiny cards into an Automatic Document Feeder.

 

What you can do - if anything reasonable - depends on the Printer Model (unknown).

 

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In addition, you will have to have installed the Full Driver printer software for the printer.

 

A possible usable solution, still somewhat related to your mystery printer, is to perhaps design and print your dinner place cards using a Business Card template - design each card as wanted on the "full sheet".  Print the document on supported paper type (for example, Brochure / Presentation paper) and cut out the cards.

 

Avery and other companies also sell business card label paper.

That is, little cards on a larger sheet of label paper that are "pre-cut" to size.

The large sheet is printed - then the individual cards are "popped out" of the full sheet.

 

Download the appropriate Template > Create the Word document > design / add content to each little card as wanted.

Example:  https://www.avery.com/templates/8873

 

Using this method you could use the Avery Word template document to design and create the document > Export the document to PDF > Print using Adobe Reader DC

 

 

Example - Avery_8873_Sample_Business_Card_PDF_Print

Avery_8873_Sample_Business_Card_PDF_Print_3Avery_8873_Sample_Business_Card_PDF_Print_3

 

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