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Envelope.PrintOut Method (Word)

Prints an envelope without adding the envelope to the active document.

expression .PrintOut(ExtractAddress, Address, AutoText, OmitReturnAddress, ReturnAddress, ReturnAutoText, PrintBarCode, PrintFIMA, Size, Height, Width, FeedSource, AddressFromLeft, AddressFromTop, ReturnAddressFromLeft, ReturnAddressFromTop, DefaultFaceUp, DefaultOrientation, PrintEPostage, Vertical, RecipientNamefromLeft, RecipientNamefromTop, RecipientPostalfromLeft, RecipientPostalfromTop, SenderNamefromLeft, SenderNamefromTop, SenderPostalfromLeft, SenderPostalfromTop)

expression Required. A variable that represents an Envelope object.

Parameters

Name

Required/Optional

Data Type

Description

ExtractAddress

Optional

Variant

True to use the text marked by the "EnvelopeAddress" bookmark (a user-defined bookmark) as the recipient's address.

Address

Optional

Variant

A string that specifies the recipient's address (ignored if ExtractAddress is True).

AutoText

Optional

Variant

The name of the AutoText entry that includes a recipient's address.

OmitReturnAddress

Optional

Variant

True to omit the return address.

ReturnAddress

Optional

Variant

A string that specifies the return address.

ReturnAutoText

Optional

Variant

The name of the AutoText entry that includes a return address.

PrintBarCode

Optional

Variant

True to add a POSTNET bar code. For U.S. mail only.

PrintFIMA

Optional

Variant

True to add a Facing Identification Mark (FIM-A) for use in presorting courtesy reply mail. For U.S. mail only.

Size

Optional

Variant

A string that specifies the envelope size. The string should match one of the sizes listed on the left side of the Envelope size box in the Envelope Options dialog box (for example, "Size 10").

Height

Optional

Variant

The height of the envelope (in points) when the Size argument is set to "Custom size".

Width

Optional

Variant

The width of the envelope (in points) when the Size argument is set to "Custom size".

FeedSource

Optional

Variant

True to use the FeedSource property of the Envelope object to specify which paper tray to use when printing the envelope.

AddressFromLeft

Optional

Variant

The distance (in points) between the left edge of the envelope and the recipient's address.

AddressFromTop

Optional

Variant

The distance (in points) between the top edge of the envelope and the recipient's address.

ReturnAddressFromLeft

Optional

Variant

The distance (in points) between the left edge of the envelope and the return address.

ReturnAddressFromTop

Optional

Variant

The distance (in points) between the top edge of the envelope and the return address.

DefaultFaceUp

Optional

Variant

True to print the envelope face up; False to print it face down.

DefaultOrientation

Optional

Variant

The orientation of the envelope. Can be any WdEnvelopeOrientation constant.

PrintEPostage

Optional

Variant

True to print postage using an Internet e-postage vendor.

Vertical

Optional

Variant

True prints text vertically on the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

RecipientNamefromLeft

Optional

Variant

The position of the recipient's name, measured in points, from the left edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

RecipientNamefromTop

Optional

Variant

The position of the recipient's name, measured in points, from the top edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

RecipientPostalfromLeft

Optional

Variant

The position of the recipient's postal code, measured in points, from the left edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

RecipientPostalfromTop

Optional

Variant

The position of the recipient's postal code, measured in points, from the top edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

SenderNamefromLeft

Optional

Variant

The position of the sender's name, measured in points, from the left edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

SenderNamefromTop

Optional

Variant

The position of the sender's name, measured in points, from the top edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

SenderPostalfromLeft

Optional

Variant

The position of the sender's postal code, measured in points, from the left edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

SenderPostalfromTop

Optional

Variant

The position of the sender's postal code, measured in points, from the top edge of the envelope. Used for Asian-language envelopes.

This example prints an envelope using the user address as the return address and a predefined recipient address.

recep = "Don Funk" & vbCr & "123 Skye St." & vbCr & _ 
    "OurTown, WA 98107" 
ActiveDocument.Envelope.PrintOut Address:=recep, _ 
    ReturnAddress:=Application.UserAddress, _ 
    Size:="Size 10", PrintBarCode:=True
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