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Try this: - Create a document that is the size of the envelope you use. - Type your return address in the upper left corner. - Type a typical "to" address using left justified indented text (or centered text). - Position that address vertically where you want it. - Now replace the very first letter of the "to" address with an "x" and delete the rest of the address. - Save this document as "my return address".

In the future, just open "my return address" and type the new "to" address where the "x" starts. You can even set up a return address with a logo, clip art, Christmas icon, etc.

In addition, I setup 5 envelopes with fixed "to" addresses for a friend that sends letters to business associates often. No need to retype any of those address. Just open the desired "envelope" document and print it.

Better than any built-in envelope feature, I think. Raptor88

Try this: - this:

  • Create a document that is the size of the envelope you use. - use.

  • Type your return address in the upper left corner. - corner.

  • Type a typical "to" address using left justified indented text (or centered text). - text).

  • Position that address vertically where you want it. - it.

  • Now replace the very first letter of the "to" address with an "x" and delete the rest of the address. - address.

  • Save this document as "my return address".

In the future, just open "my return address" and type the new "to" address where the "x" starts. You can even set up a return address with a logo, clip art, Christmas icon, etc.

In addition, I setup 5 envelopes with fixed "to" addresses for a friend that sends letters to business associates often. No need to retype any of those address. Just open the desired "envelope" document and print it.

Better than any built-in envelope feature, I think. Raptor88