If you want to create a custom envelope, either for personal or professional use, but do not want to invest the money that makes it professional, you have Microsoft Word taken you. Creating a custom envelope in Word is easy thanks to a function intended for the task.
Create and print envelopes in Word
Continue and open Word and select the "Mailings" tab.
] Then click on the "Envelope" button.
The Envelopes and Labels window appears. Here we will enter all our information. In the "Delivery address" box (1), enter the recipient's address. The "Return Address" field (2) is where you enter your name and address. You can leave this by selecting the "Omit" checkbox if you prefer. After entering all the information, click "Options" (3).
In the Envelope Options window that opens, tell Word how to insert the envelope into printers.
Select the appropriate feed method from available options. Once you have been set up here, let's switch to the "Envelope Options" tab.
Now we have the opportunity to change the envelope size and font style. Click the "Envelope Size" drop-down menu to open a large list of different envelope sizes and choose the one that best suits your needs. To customize the font for delivery or return address, click the "Font" button under each item. You will be greeted with a new window that presents your standard setting options.
When you have finished customizing your envelope size and font type, click "OK".
You now return to the Envelopes and Labels window. The only thing that remains is to click on the "Add document" button.
Once you have selected, you will receive a message asking you if you want to use the Return Address you entered as the default return address. You can go ahead and choose "Yes" because this information is unlikely to change frequently.
You now get a preview of your envelope on the left side of the screen, while on the right side there is a blank page to write your letter.
After writing your letter, go back to the "Mailings" tab and click "Envelopes."
You will again be in the "Envelopes and Labels" window. All that is left to do now is select "Print."
Make sure you have put the envelopes in the correct slot in the printer and it is good to go!