A lot of people have asked our support team about printing their passwords stored in Sticky Password. First of all, you need to be aware that: passwords printed on a piece of paper are not protected. If you really do need to print your passwords, please be careful: don’t leave any paper with your passwords lying around, and be sure to destroy it as soon as you don’t need it anymore.
Now, let me show you how to do it!
Click the Sticky Password icon in the system tray bar in the lower right corner of your screen and select Open Sticky Password.
Click Menu in the top right corner of main window and select Export.
In the following step, you’ll be able to select what you would like to export.
- Export all – this option allow you to export all your data (web accounts, app accounts, bookmarks, identities and secure memos)
- Export only selected items – if you choose this, you’ll be able to select the individual accounts/items that you would like to export
In this example, I’ll choose Export only selected items. The list of all my accounts and data items will appear. Select the items you would like to export and click Next.
Next, you’ll be prompted to select the format of your exported file. For printing, choose Sticky Password TXT and click Next.
You have two options on how to save your exported file:
- Save to file – allows you to save the exported file to your hard drive, USB drive. etc…
- Send via e-mail – this option allows you to open your email client (if you have an email program associated to perform the requested action). Your exported file will be ready in the attachment.
I’ll choose the option Save to file.