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Whether for legal use – to present evidence in a court case, or simply for archiving purposes, printing iPhone messages can come in handy. And it’s easy too. This article explains how to use CopyTrans Contacts to print iPhone SMS text messages in a snap. Let’s begin.

  1. Download CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:
    Print iPhone SMS text messages

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to this article

  3. Run CopyTrans Contacts and connect your iPhone

  4. Let your iPhone data load and click the speech-bubble icon on the left-hand side of the main program window. You will see all your iPhone text messages appear. Select “SMS/iMessage” from the “Sources” pane on top.
    Note: If you don’t see the messages in the main program window, refer to this article print iphone sms

  5. You can now select the iPhone text messages which you would like to print from the “Messages” pane. You can also print individual messages from the SMS pane on the right. To print the selected iPhone SMS text messages, click on the “Export selected” button select iphone text messages to print

  6. Next, choose the message export format. Word, Plain-text, Excel or PDF formats are most appropriate for printing SMS text messages select iphone text message print format

  7. Your iPhone SMS text messages will now be saved to your PC in the format of your choice; in this example – into multiple Word files. Just open the folder named after your contact and double-click on the Word file print iphone sms text messages from word doc file

  8. To print your iPhone SMS text message, simply open the corresponding Word file. In Microsoft Word, point to File > Print and click on the “Print” button print iphone sms in word doc

This is how you can easily print iPhone SMS text messages with the help of CopyTrans Contacts.

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