Yes, use a Payments layout in preview mode. Put the payment report fields in the body of the layout and the related Person's name, address, etc. in the header (or footer) of the layout.
Jade, thank you for taking the time.
But, this only seems to apply if I was printing a single page for a single person. What I'm trying to do is create a printed report with perhaps a hundred people and their Payments in a running list
Person 1's first gift
Person 1's second gift
Person 1's giving total
Person 2's first gift
Person 2's second gift
Person 2's giving total
You get the idea.
First, ensure that you have found and sorted all the Payment records that you want to print. Also make sure that you have selected the option "Print: Records being browsed" in the FileMaker tab of the Print dialog box (instead of the "current record" option).
As for the "giving total", add a Summary or Sub-summary part to your layout with the break-field set to the Person (or Person_id) and put the sum in this part.
P.S. You can control the pagenation (for instance the number of payments lines that print for each person per page) by double clicking the part button (in this case the Page button) and selecting the desired options on the part dialog box.