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How do you set up HP OFFICEJET PRO 8600 TO PRINT WEDDING ENVELOPES?

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Printer, one of:

"hp officejet pro 8600 printer" (5)

 

The Specifications list the sizes of supported envelopes.

 

Even assuming that the printer could handle custom sizes (not apparent), envelopes vary widely in thickness and the type of paper used to make the envelope.  An envelope with a foil insert (for example) might not feed properly.

 

From the How-to Section:

Printing Envelopes (Windows)

Printing Envelopes (OS X)

 

User Guide > Page 38

 

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  • If you can stand the idea, consider printing nice labels for the envelopes.  Labels come in a variety of shapes and sizes - these can be decorated with tiny images and fancy fonts.  Best (to) stay away from "glossy" labels as these might produce unexpected results.

 

Reference:

Printing Labels_Business-Cards_Cards

 

 

  • If you budget allows it, consider having the envelopes professionally printed.

 

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