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If you are using Drupal, you can create a View that shows all that data. When you build the View, on the right click Advanced and in Relationships add the CiviCRM tables so you can show both Event & Membership data. Add the Drupal Views Data Export module so you can download the results and print it.


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Under Actions use the Export as CSV for the event and the members reports. Then copy and paste the one list with the other and sort them however you want. I know it is not one simple step within Civi but it should get you what you are looking for.


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Check out the Pivot Report extension at https://civicrm.org/extensions/civicrm-pivot-reports and the ReportPlus extension at https://civicrm.org/extensions/reportplus . Both should give you a way to produce the report you want, I believe.


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Craig - it's worse than that: creating two reports with 'Yes' & 'No' will still not give you all the cases if they don't have relationships. See https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/report/issues/24 and the related PR.


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