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Default Printer won't accept custom card size.

I'm trying to print a mail merge on 4.875" X 7" card stock. The printer
indicates a jam rather than picking up paper from the by-pass tray.
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Default Printer won't accept custom card size.

Is it only when you merge that you see the problem?

Which version of Windows and Word?

Does it make any difference if you merge to a new document first, and
then print?

(Sorry, I have a feeling we have seen this before but am not sure there
is a simple solution).

Peter Jamieson

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On 01/12/2009 15:22, drewschu wrote:
I'm trying to print a mail merge on 4.875" X 7" card stock. The printer
indicates a jam rather than picking up paper from the by-pass tray.

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