MacMost Q&A Forum • View All Forum Questions • Ask a Question 7/13/1810:03 am How Do I Print a List Of Site Names and Passwords Stored In My Keychain? Macos 10.13.6 Only can print one at a time. Laborious! —– Art C Comments: 2 Responses to “How Do I Print a List Of Site Names and Passwords Stored In My Keychain?” Gary Rosenzweig 2 years ago I don’t think there is a way. Probably a security feature to prevent someone with a minute’s access to your Mac from grabbing all of your passwords. If your plan is to have a hard copy of your passwords, then I’m not sure I have a good suggestion except to continue to copy them one at a time. Maybe just start with the most important ones. If the idea is to have a backup of your passwords that is not in the keychain, I do have this idea. Go to Safari, Preferences, Passwords. Notice that as you click on each one, you see the password displayed. Now do a screen recording using QuickTime Player of you going through and viewing each one. You can move quickly through them. Then save as a video to some external USB drive or something you then lock away. I wouldn’t leave this file on your Mac or anything connected to the Internet. I’d only do it if it ends up on a disconnected drive locked away somewhere. Otherwise it is similar to having all of your passwords in a plain text file with little protection on it. This could be another reason to use something like 1Password over Keychain. Lloyd Garbutt 2 years ago Why not use Pages make a list of your passwords, accounts names and other pertinent information. Then set a password and save the file. You could keep it on your Mac or save it to a separate disc or thumb drive. You can always add to it or alter the material in your password protected files. Related Video Tutorials: Look For and Fix Duplicate Passwords In Safari ― Use Password Assistant To Create Random Passwords ― 3 Ways To Print File Listings On Your Mac Comments Closed.