How to Print Envelopes
with Mac OS X Contacts

Now that Scrubly has properly updated and formatted your Contacts in Mac OS X, you can print envelopes from the Contacts app.

Here’s how:

1. Open Contacts. If you don’t have it on your dock, click the Launchpad app (it has the rocket icon) and enter “Contacts” in the search field at the top.

2. Select a group or a single contact. (You can select more than one contact by using the Command + up or down cursor keys).

3. Press Command+P to print (or select Print from the File drop-down menu).

4. If the printer details for the Contacts app (see step 5) are not already displayed, click on the Show Details button (see below).

Envelope-details screen.

5. Enter the appropriate information in the details panel:

Details panel.

  • Select the number of copies of each envelope.
  • Select All Pages (envelopes) or Range of Pages. You may want to start with one or a handful of “pages” (envelopes) to gauge how well the envelopes are working with your printer and ink.
  • Select Contacts from the printing options drop-down menu.
  • Select Envelopes in the Style drop-down menu.

6. You now have three options for configuring your envelopes.

Details-panel configuration options.

  • The Layout option allows you to choose the from a range of envelope layouts, including standard as well as international sizeds. Using the “Define custom” setting, you may also determine the width and height of your own custom-sized envelopes, and position the recipient and sender boxes.
  • The Label option allows you to customize what text is printed in the recipient and sender boxes (e.g.: name and/or company name, home or work address, or even a graphic image for the sender’s company logo), and how the text appears.
    Label option.
  • The Orientation option allows you to select which direction the printer accepts envelopes: either in landscape mode or in portrait mode.

7. Once you’ve configured your envelopes, you’re all set. Just click Print.

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