How can I print my transactions from 2015?

I want to prepare my taxes for 2015. I'd like to print all my transactions from 2015--about 12 pages. Do I have to copy them to a word document and then print? Is there a way to print the screen? Something easier? Thanks. Kathryn

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This is a long requested Mint feature ... but, apparently, not currently part of the the Mint development plan.

For over a year, I have been using a third party program called MintToReport.  It uses the exported CSV values to create very detailed reports.  The evaluation version can be used to test the program and create reports.  Registration is required in order to print reports.

The program currently is available for Windows users only.  You can check with the developer to see if a Mac version is pending.

http://minttoreport.com/

Good luck.

James
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