Click Print while the first tab is selected. Then select the second tab, click print again, then select the 3rd tab and click on print one last time. But, then again, why would you want to print a form? I could see printing a form during development because I can't remember much any more, and a printout really helps me. But if it is for an operational thing, Norie has the correct responds, "You should us reports instead.
If you are new to Access, and therefore databases, please read this. To have a database work will, be able to use it effectively, and not always be fighting with it, you need to learn to normalize the data.