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I have Scansoft PDF Create! version 3.0 and am having difficulty printing multiple tabs in an Excel workbook all at once. There are 14 tabs in total and when I select all tabs to print via the ScanSoft PDF Create! option it instead prints 5 pages only (5 of the total 14). Then it prompts me to save the document again and proceeds to print just 2 pages (and so forth and so on). Is there a reason and/or quick fix for this such that I will be able to print out all sheets in an Excel workbook to one PDF and not multiple? Thank-You

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