Xerox: Envelope Printing Tray Options

Many people have questions about frequently printing envelopes. The holidays will be here soon, so it is important to address this problem now. There are many Xerox copiers and printers that come with an optional tray, including for envelopes.

If you are printing envelopes, then you may want to invest in an envelope tray. It is relatively easy for you to install. A bypass tray also works if you do not have an envelope tray.

You can find the specific instructions for printing envelopes online. You need to look for the printer model that you have while searching for the envelope. There are some specific guidelines that you need to keep in mind when you are printing envelopes.

  • You should only use paper envelopes.
  • You should avoid using envelopes that have metal clasps or windows.
  • The way that the envelope is constructed will affect the quality of your print. You should change your envelope brand if you are not happy with the results.
  • Maintain constant humidity and temperatures
  • Keep the unused envelopes in the packing in order to prevent them from being exposed to excess humidity. The extra moisture will cause the envelopes to seal.
  • Make sure that there are not any air bubbles before you put the envelopes in the tray. You can do this with a book or any other large object.
  • Avoid using padded envelopes.
  • Avoid using press and seal flaps or heat-activated glue.
  • Select envelopes as the paper type in print driver software.

Visit online support to find out how you should load your envelopes. It is a good idea to do a test print to make sure that everything is properly oriented and loaded.