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Missing attachments or pages when printing from the WinFax PRO printer driver

In some problematic installations of WinFax PRO you’ll find that when you print a fax to the WinFax PRO printer driver, no fax pages are created.  When you attach a document such as PDF, or Microsoft Word DOC file, no pages are generated.  Only a cover page is displayed in the WinFax send dialog window.

If you’re experiencing problems with WinFax PRO where fax pages are not displayed in your send dialog window, you will need to use the “WinFax No Pages fix” button in the automated support tool called WinFax Tools.  This fix is for all versions of WinFax PRO including versions 8.0x ,9.0x, 10.0x and TalkWorks PRO 2.0x and 3. This fix is specific for Windows NT 4.1, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 2003.

NOTE: WinFax Tools requires an active subscription from GetFaxing.com, for more information please visit our Services page

THIS FIX IS NOT FOR ANY OPERATING SYSTEM that is x64 bit, or is later than Windows 2003. (Not compatible with VISTA/WINDOWS 7/8/10)

  1. Start WinFax Tools.
  2. Click WinFax No Pages Fix button.
  3. Click Yes to start the No Pages Fix.
  4. Click Yes to check compatibility settings. A message will appear if any compatibility changes were made. Click OK.
  5. A message will appear that you can now send a fax in WinFax.
  6. You’re done.

Who we are:  GetFaxing.com has been supporting WinFax PRO software since 2001.  There are many users out there that still rely on this software to send and receive faxes for custom applications. We developed a support tool that fixes many of the common and not-so-common problems that occur when using WinFax PRO.  Many of these ‘bugs’ were never fixed or addressed by Symantec after the discontinuation the software.  While we don’t claim to fix all the problems in WinFax, we hope our tool can help making using the software easier, especially with a discontinued operating system.

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