Originally Posted by PLEIADES
I'm having problems finding easy way to print history update. Tried using 'SYSEXPORTER' from a google search - no luck.
I'm new to Vistaheads, too; and this probably isn't the "correct" way to do it. But, if I wanted a printable list of my Windows/Microsoft Updates, here is what I would do:
View your update history by going to Control Panel > Security > Windows Update > View update history. It's probably a long list, so won't all show up, without scrolling. I'd start with it ready to read from the top, as much as possible visible on the screen.
Next, I would get out the "Snipping Tool" (Start > All Programs > Accessories > Snipping Tool) and "snip" the picture of that much of it, open MS Word and by copying & pasting, put that picture into a Word document.
Go back and scroll the bar down to get the rest of the list (or as much as you can, again), repeat the snip, copy, paste. Do it however many times you need to, in order to have a full copy of the list. Then, print it from Word. You could even save it, if you wanted.
What do you think? Will that do it for you?