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I would like to print out the lists and tasks that I maintain in the Reminders app.

I can copy the text or take screenshots and paste them to a program like Word, but… Is there an easier approach?

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You can achieve this using AppleScript on your Mac. Press ⌘ cmd space and enter Script Editor. Create a new script with the following code in it:

set _body to ""
tell application "Reminders"
    set AppleScript's text item delimiters to "\n"
    set _body to (name of reminders in list "Tasks" whose completed is false) as string
end tell

set _output to "Macintosh HD:Users:YourName:Desktop:List.txt"
try
    set _reference to open for access file _output with write permission
    write _body to _reference
    close access _reference
on error
    try
        close access file _output
    end try
end try

Replace Tasks with the name of the list you want to print, Macintosh HD with the name of your startup drive, and YourName with your username.

This will place a file named List.txt on your desktop with all those reminders ready to print.

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  • This is a lifesaver. Thank you so much! I had compiled a Reminders list with 392 long items, and dreaded the copy/paste effort almost as much as the thought of accidentally deleting the whole list. Perhaps worth noting: the script will not overwrite an existing file, and will not automatically create a file with a name like "List - Copy 1.txt". Also, I added an extra carriage return between the quotes after 'text item delimiters' to double-space between the items in my outputted txt file. Again: THANKS!
    – redo1134
    Apr 12, 2021 at 18:54
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On the iPhone/iPad, CalPrint (iPad) does this

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