Phaser 850


Printing on envelopes
  1. In your application, create a document matching the measurements of the envelope (see Supported page sizes and print area for dimensions).
  2. From your application, make these selections and send the job to the printer:
    • Set the orientation to Landscape.
    • Select your envelope size.
    • Select Manual Feed Paper as the Paper Source.
    • If your application has a tool for creating envelopes, select the feed method that matches the illustration in Step 4.
  3. Wait for the front panel prompt before loading an envelope.
  4. Insert one envelope into the manual-feed slot:
    • Short end enters first.
    • Side with the flap is face-up.
    • Flap is closed.
    • For side-flap envelopes: Flap end is on the left.
      For end-flap envelopes: Flap end enters first.
Guidelines for envelope printing
  • Use the recommended envelope sizes (see Supported page sizes and print area)
  • For better results, use light-weight, laser-quality envelopes.
  • No windows or metal clasps
  • No exposed gummed surfaces
  • Single-sided printing only
  • Keep unused envelopes in their original packaging to avoid dust
  • Many applications include a tool for creating an envelope. Refer to your application's documentation.
Printing envelopes from a Macintosh

To print envelopes from Microsoft WORD on a Macintosh, follow these steps:

  1. From the Tools menu, select Envelopes and Labels.
  2. In the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, click the Envelopes tab.
  3. In the Envelopes tab, type in delivery and return addresses.
  4. Click the Feed icon.
  5. In the Printing Options tab, select all of the following:
    • Face Down
    • Clockwise Rotation
    • Use Envelope Feeder
    • Left envelope feed icon:
    •  

  6. Click the Envelope Options tab.
  7. In the Envelope size drop-down list, select your envelope size.
  8. Click OK.
  9. In the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, click Print to open the Page Setup dialog box.
  10. In the Page Setup dialog box, select all of the following Page Attributes:
    • Paper: select your envelope size.
    • Orientation: select Landscape.
  11. From the drop-down list, select PostScript Options, and make the following selections:
    • Flip Horizontal
    • Flip Vertical
  12. Click OK; the Print dialog box opens.
  13. In the Print dialog box, in General options, for Paper Source select Manual Feed Paper.
  14. Click Print.
  15. The printer's front panel prompts you to insert the envelope.

From other Macintosh applications: If the envelope address prints upside-down, change the Page Setup settings in your printer driver before printing:

  1. From the File menu, select Page Setup.
  2. Select the following Page Attributes:
    • Paper: select your envelope size.
    • Orientation: select Landscape.
  3. From the drop-down list, select PostScript Options, and make the following selections:
    • Flip Horizontal
    • Flip Vertical
  4. Click OK.
  5. From the File menu, select Print.
  6. For Paper Source, select Manual Feed Paper.
  7. To print, click Print.
Printing envelopes from Windows

To print envelopes from Microsoft WORD for Windows, follow these steps:

  1. From the Tools menu, select Envelopes and Labels.
  2. In the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, click the Envelopes tab.
  3. In the Envelopes tab, type in delivery and return addresses.
  4. Click the Feed icon.
  5. In the Printing Options tab, select all of the following:
    • Face Down
    • Clockwise Rotation
    • For Feed From, select Manual Feed Paper.
    • Left envelope feed icon:
    •  

  6. Click the Envelope Options tab.
  7. In the Envelope size drop-down list, select your envelope size.
  8. Click OK.
  9. In the Envelopes and Labels dialog box, click Print.
  10. The printer's front panel prompts you to insert the envelope.
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