Microsoft Word Template for Window Envelopes

Here is a template for Word that will put the addresses in the right place when printed and placed in a #10 window envelope.  Here’s how to use it:

  1. Enter your return address and the recipient’s address in the boxes at the top of the page.  Be sure to keep the address within the boxes.
  2. Write your letter and print it.
  3. Fold the letter along the line on the right side of the first page.  This will make sure that the folded letter is large enough so it doesn’t slide around in the envelope and move the addresses out of the windows.

Download the template for Word 2007

Update: Letter_No10_Envelope.dot – Word 97-2003 version

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7 Responses to Microsoft Word Template for Window Envelopes

  1. Ted says:

    I know this is for Word 2007. Is there a way to convert it to Word 2000?

  2. eric says:

    Hi Ted, you should be able to use these instructions to open most Word 2007 documents in older versions of word: Open a Word 2007 document in an earlier version of Word

    Just in case, here’s the template converted to Word 97-2003: Letter_No10_Envelope.dot

  3. Ted says:

    Thanks a lot. Works perfectly.

  4. Andy says:

    Hi

    Thanks for taking the time to share with others Eric.

    BTW this works equally well with Open office. http://www.openoffice.org/

  5. Cailey says:

    Super helpful, and exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much!

  6. Bob Broad says:

    Simple! Why did my mind go into meltdown with the realisation I had bought the window envelopes instead of normal ones? You got me out of trouble, ta very much

  7. Deborah Mason says:

    Laughing…did a Google search for “microsoft word template envelope” and found your page…my husband’s name is Eric Mason!

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