Thanks, Tony and John. I found it and was able to generate one for a family of over 8,000 people with no problem. However, FTMM makes it really difficult to simply export the report into your own favored, default word processor so you can reformat it as you choose. That is, ALL I wanted is an alphabetical list of names (no dates or places), last name first. Then, to be able to print it with minimal paper use, I'd like to format it in 2 or 3 columns, to decrease the number of trees (botanical, not genealogical) killed. It appears one can't simply save the report as an RTF or text file to a folder on the computer to pick up and handle with a word processor; it has to be used WITHIN FTM, unless you want to go through the process of exporting it as a CSV file, then putting it into a simple document. What a hassle. At least my favorite program, Reunion, allows me to save my reports as RTF documents using my own default word processor. Then I can easily manipulate them however I want.