Thank you for your post.
I am unable to replicate the issue. This is what I have done.
After launching FileMaker Pro 11.0v4 under Mac OS X 10.9, I open a database file with several records. I then pull down the File menu and select Print. In the Print dialog box, I make sure to select "Print: Records being browsed". I click the PDF icon in the lower left, and select "Open PDF in Preview". This confirms that all pages are being displayed.
Next, I go to the Print dialog box again, select "Print: Records being browsed", click PDF in the lower left, and select "Mail PDF". The records are processed, Mail (my default email application) launches, and a blank message displays with the PDF file attached. The PDF only shows the first page in the Mail application, but when I move the file to the Desktop (or a folder) and open in Preview or Adobe Acrobat Reader, all pages display.
Let me know what I'm doing differently than you so I can try to replicate.
Thank you for your efforts, TSGal. Unfortunately, when I followed your steps, which differ slightly from how I've been doing it for years, I still end up with an email with only page one of the invoice. It has to be a consequence of updating my mac OS, as I began noticing the change the first time I tried to email a bill I updated.
Perhaps I should have added in my original post that my database was originally created by my wife in 1996 using an older FileMaker version. Whenever I got a new version of FM Pro the software would convert my files to the new version. I have never sat down and redone my files from scratch using the newer version. Perhaps that is why you cannot recreate my problem.
Unfortunately, i am also unable to replicate with My MacBook mid 2009, OS X 10.9 and FileMaker 11.0v4 and steps you provided.
Maybe starting from scratch is a good radical solution, but maybe, reviewing your layout could be enough...
Just to test, if you create a brand new similar layout with some fields, can you replicate the issue ?
There were similar problems under 10.5/10.6 when I remember correctly. It was a problem with the printing system - one could reset the printer settings (using the control panel - there was an option for that, don't know if it's still the same under 10.9).
Doing so, all custom settings (as custom page formats, etc) are lost - but maybe worth a try.
Further on, from time to time, installing a brand new, vanilla system (instead of just updating) could be helpfull as well
I thought about this too, it is why i also tested to change the settings, for instance, tried to print only "one page" or only "current record".
During my tests, all the settings worked perfectly...