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    Printing envelopes (Publisher 2000)

    When I print an envelope in Publisher it does not stop after the envelope is printed. It continues to print another page which has only fine corner marks showing. This wastes a sheet of paper for every envelope printed. How do I stop this from happening? It is an Epson 440 printer. This does not happen using "Word 2000". I have tried removing the paper so that only one envelope is available but it still goes through the 2nd action.

    What settings would there be that is causing the 2nd pick up with corner outlines only printed, and where do I find them to adjust them.? Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Printing envelopes (Publisher 2000)

    You may have the 'Print Crop Marks' Option switched on. To switch off press the 'Advanced Options' (or something similar) on the Print Screen before actually pressing the OK button. It's in there somewhere.
    Peter

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    Re: Printing envelopes (Publisher 2000)

    Thanks for prompt help. Your suggestion worked. I did not know those marks were called crop marks. Print settings were also set at "all" instead of "current" so changed that also.

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