You could place it on the timeline and make frame grabs ( Camera Icon).
Scroll if necessary using Motion FX
Of course you could also export a movie of the Title in action.
If its for review of just the names etc.
Copy text into word document and print.
Nice idea ... it would be useful if I could CMD+A -- select all textboxes at once, copy and paste them across in something resembling similar arrangement of the text, but that doesn't work. Just tried it. I can only copy the text out of my many textboxes individually, and that process in itself is a lot of work and too error-prone. And really, I do want to show the precise formatting.
What I've done for now is what I was hoping to avoid: rendered out a video and uploaded that to my vimeo account.
For full editing of a PrPro Title, in Photoshop, I have been filing Feature Requests for many years now, with no inclusion.
One CAN Export/Save a PrPro Title as a Template. That will be written as a PTRL, where directed. However, only Premiere can Open a PTRL. Photoshop cannot, and that has been my request.
Craig and Ann have given you some workarounds, that should work for what you need, but if PS could just Open a PRTL, one would have a simple solution.
I agree with Bill. Redo the title in Photoshop. This solves your problem, and in the end actually gives a better result with rolling credits.
Especially with Title Rolls, unless it is very simple, I always create those in PS first, and then Import the PSD into PrPro and Keyframe the Fixed Effect>Motion>Position to give me the Roll.