I found references to printing Excel Workbook pages with Snapshot in the old forum:
The manner in which the sheets in a workbook are printed is controlled by Excel. There is a setting when printing that lets you choose whether you want to print the active sheet or the entire workbook (in Excel, go to File>Print and you'll see the drop-down under Settings). However, this setting always defaults back to Print Active Sheet - there is no way I've been able to find to have it default to Print Entire Workbook.
So that means if you're trying to use the Generate Pages command for an Excel spreadsheet that has already been stored in Laserfiche (which is basically using Snapshot to "print" the spreadsheet into Laserfiche), I don't think there's a way to select Print Entire Workbook.
However, if you have a spreadsheet that's not in Laserfiche already, you can print it in using Snapshot - open the Excel file, select File>Print, choose Laserfiche Snapshot as the printer and choose Print Entire Workbook in Settings.
If the spreadsheet is already in Laserfiche, instead of using Generate Pages, just double-click the spreadsheet to open it in Excel, then choose to print it back in to Laserfiche using Snapshot. Please note that this will result in 2 separate files (a Laserfiche file and an Excel file) instead of layering them in one file like Generate Pages does, so it might not work for your situation.
I opened a 17 page Excel Workbook and printed the whole workbook from outside Laserfiche. After adding all the information about the server, repository, template, volumes etc. I finished and sent the document. After finishing up one of these setup I was given a couple more that I completed also. It seems that the 1st set of instructions did not cover the whole document.
Instead I had 4 documents created. One with metadata, one with 5 pages, one with 2 pages, and one with 10 pages for a total of 17 pages. I did this process several times with the same results. Anyone have any ideas on why this occurs and if there is a remedy?