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    We currently run a laser brother HL-4040CN and an injet Canon Pixma ip4700. The brother is about a year old. the canon is new. The brother is an absolute dog with envelopes and is beginning to splat toner over the print outs. However we'll use for internal stuff untill anything need replacing! So that's the reason we went back to good ol' inkjet upon a good write up in PC Pro magazine. Anyway the print quality IS superior - however it too is an absolute dog with C5 and DL envelopes! So now we have a pack of dogs! Please can anybody recommend a printer which, through their usage experience, can print envelopes??
    <IMG SRC=http://www.wopr.com/w3tuserpics/StephenElms_sig.jpg> Didn't think that I made my first post here on 5th February 2001...!

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    Do you need to print self-seal or window envelopes?

    (I can't offer advice myself, but I know there are certain kinds of envelope that can't be run through a laser, for example. We just use window types as it avoids the problem of printing the envelope )

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    My HP Officejet Pro L7780 has A4 paper in the big paper tray and DL envelopes in the smaller tray. It seems to do a competent job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuartR View Post
    My HP Officejet Pro L7780 has A4 paper in the big paper tray and DL envelopes in the smaller tray. It seems to do a competent job.
    Hi Stuart,
    HP says that your model is no longer available! Ebuyer has it though - if this is an "all in 1" device then it's not for us, unfortunately. We have separate scanners, and fax cards in the pc's. I've been in touch with canon and am arranging the return and replacement of this dog of a printer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenElms View Post
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    if this is an "all in 1" device then it's not for us, unfortunately.
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    It is, indeed, an All-in-1 device.

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