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On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 7:17 PM, <> wrote:

        I&#39;m try to print 6x8 envelopes. The text prints perpendicular
to the
long edge instead of paralleled to it no matter what format I select in
the Insert Envelope wizard. I can&#39;t figure out what I&#39;m doing

What version of LO, what operating system, what printer?

I just successfully printed a 6x9 as follows
1. open LO 50.2.2
2. select from menu "Insert | Envelope..."
3. on Envelope dialog
3.1. Envelope tab, enter addressee and sender
3.2. Format tab, select size User Defined, set Width 9", Height 6"
3.3. Set Addressee position, from left 4.5", from top 3"
3.4. Set Sender position, from left 1", from top 1"
3.5. Printer orientation, print from top, vertical center (am using HP LJ
1000), no change to shift values
4. Click new document
some kind of bug or error, the new document is 9x7.25 (it has a 1.25 inch
top margin for unknown reason)
5. Select "Format | Page" from the menu
6. change height to 6"
7. change top margin to 0"
8. click OK
9. grab each text box, sender and addressee, and move to desired position
(they're too low after removing the margin)
9. Click print

Resulting output is correctly printed envelope.

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