Here is yet another thing that I love about my Mac!
Printing of addresses on envelopes is just so easy, as long as you have people's addresses in your Contacts (which I do). It is all done using the Contacts app on your Mac.
- print each envelope one-by-one, by selecting the applicable Contact and then choosing Print, or
- you can print a whole batch in one go, by creating a Contact Group made up of the people for whom you need envelopes printed, then choosing Print.
I then chose File->Print, chose my envelope size, then hit the Print button!
There are standard envelope sizes provided in the Print dialog, or you can customise your own envelope size and the positioning of the address on the envelope. You can even choose whether or not to include a return address at the top left of the envelope.
For the envelopes I was using, I needed to quickly create a custom envelope of the required size, which I called Std Envelope (which will now be available for any future envelope printing requirements).
For now, you can check out the below link for a Macworld article which provides a pretty good overview of this fantastic built-in feature: