Want to create and print a page listing ALL individuals I have a profile on (100+) with all the data I've input.

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in WikiTree Help by Rita Throckmorton G2G Crew (570 points)

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From your profile you can generate your watch-list, which is the list of profiles that you are on the trusted list for. This includes any profile you’ve entered, and those you have requested to be on the trusted list for. It gives the name, birth-death dates, WikiTree Id, and edit dates. You can copy the list to a word processor and print it. On the WikiTree display you can sort by some, but not all, of the columns. If you transfer it to a word processor table or spreadsheet you can sort by any column.

I know of no way to generate a comprehensive report like you are asking for.
by George Fulton G2G6 Pilot (465k points)
Thank you.  I didn't see that option at the bottom of the pulldown list only the "Family List".

I've looked at the Watch List and it seems to have some of what I've been looking for.  I've been using an old CD-Rom tree maker that I could get any and all info printed in a report I created (I have been at loss on how to get the report I wanted from WikiTree).  I like to print one out a few times a year and double check for data input accuracy.

I have over 200 individuals on my list so looks like it's time to print that report and double check info.

Thanks again
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You can export a GEDCOM file for the profiles on your watchlist (leave the WikiTree ID blank). It's not pretty but the resulting text file will have all data as it currently exists on the profile, not necessarily what you entered. 

by Debi Hoag G2G6 Pilot (340k points)
“Not pretty”: how true! But like you said, it will give you everything.
I use it once a month to create a backup file for profiles I care about
Thank you for your reply.

I'll have to look into what a GEDCOM file is and how to use it.  

Thanks again.

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