I think that is a known bug in the reports. I believe it is actually trying to generate them all, but because each generates an "end document", the PDF only shows you the first one. I think if you send it to an actual windows printer that the print dialog pops up between each one. Just as annoying. So you are left with printing one, click on the >> next button in the ribbon, then print the next. Sorry, I don't know of any other work-around.
Yep, that's exactly what's happening and it's very annoying. Any idea what table I can query to find the information? I can't seem to find it.
Unfortunately the recipient, and other content related information, is not stored in table fashion. The library rows contain basic information to identify the content object as well as when and which user modified it, but the actual details of the content are stored as a compressed blob. So I can't think of a quick way for you to query that.
Brute force might be to export (aka extract) all your forms to a temporary location then search the XML using an XML tool, or even a text tool - once you know the nodes you are interested in finding.
Alternatively, if you just want to know which forms reference certain recipients, you might be able to do that with simple Library Manager searches.
Once you have the list, you can export that list to a comma delimited file for viewing. This won't tell you how many sections reference the recipient or whether the copy count is set to some particular value, but perhaps you are not looking for that level of detail.