MacMost Now 732: Printing Lists of Contacts

Using the Address Book app you can print out lists of contacts, specifying exactly which fields you want to include. You can also print compact pocket lists that can easily be carried with you.

Comments: 17 Responses to “MacMost Now 732: Printing Lists of Contacts”

    Bev Mascara
    7 years ago

    I just want to thank you for your most interesting and valuable (to me) tutorials. I always look forward to your e-mails. Thank you

    merry winslow
    7 years ago

    my address book app does not have the card plus list view option:
    it has “card and columns”. i am using 10.6.8…
    is that why?

      7 years ago

      Yes. You are using Snow Leopard but this video shows the Lion version of Address Book.

    Antonio
    7 years ago

    I follow the instructions carefully but the photos don’t print in the list, even though the photo option in the attributes is checked.

      7 years ago

      It doesn’t appear that you can include photos. Perhaps something they’ll fix in the future.

        Dymphna SPINEDI
        6 years ago

        I used to be able to print out a list with the photo. I can’t do it any more.

    Martha Schott
    6 years ago

    You should show how to alphabetize by last name. Following these instructions, you may find your address list entries are in a strange order.

    Anthony Porter
    6 years ago

    The Contacts list created isn’t in alphabetical order. Why is that?

      6 years ago

      I think it is a bug. Hopefully it will be fixed in some future version.

        River Rance
        6 years ago

        Is there a work around to print my contact list in alphabetical order?
        thanks
        river

          6 years ago

          Use Numbers. Create a new blank spreadsheet. Select all the addresses in Contacts and drag and drop them into the spreadsheet. Then sort and print as you wish.

            Megan
            6 years ago

            It will not let me drop them into numbers??

              6 years ago

              Make sure you are using the latest version of Numbers and Contacts. Also, make sure you haven’t denied access to Contacts in System Preferences, Security.

                Megan McGarty
                6 years ago

                Thank you thank you!! I didn’t have the access allowed!

    Megan McGarty
    6 years ago

    Can you select the fields it brings over to the spreadsheet? It brought last name, first name, phone & email. Can I get it to bring over addresses as well?

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