Although the mailing system does a pretty good job recognizing virtually any handwriting to deliver a letter, sometimes, you may still want to print the information onto the envelope for a more professional look or speed up the process when sending several pieces of mail. Whatever the reason it might be, Word from Microsoft 365, Office 2019, Office 2016, and older versions include the “Mailings” settings to help you print envelopes and labels easily. In this guide, you will learn the steps to print an envelope using Microsoft Word on Windows 10.

How to print perfect envelopes using Word

To print an envelope with Microsoft Word, use these steps: Once you complete the steps, the printer will print the envelope with the source and destination information you specified. Word Mailings tab Envelope delivery and return information Envelope options Envelope size settings While you can print envelopes directly, Microsoft Word also includes the Labels tab in the settings that allows you to create and print labels, which you can then attach to an envelope. If available, the settings also let you add electronic postage, but you need third-party software to use it. In the case you are using an older version of Office, you may want to consider switching to Microsoft 365. The subscription service starts at $70 per year, and you will get access to all the most up-to-date versions of Office apps and free upgrades, plus 1TB of OneDrive storage and many additional perks.

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