Not creating "Print slipsPDF" file. It claims to have created a file in the same folder as the clients FX file, but it is not there. What's wrong?

When I open a 2018 FX file and select "File >> Print slips PDF", it creates a PDF file in the same folder as the FX file.

When I open a 2018 FX file and select "File >> Print slips PDF", it claims to create a PDF file in the same folder as the FX file, but when I go to that folder, the file is not there..


Now it's working - I saved the file and re-opened it and now it is working.  I had rolled the file forward and I may not have saved it once before trying to print (but the FX file did appear in the folder already). 

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