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A way could be using the tool Map- bookmark list https://project-gc.com/Tools/MapBookmarklist
So you first have to produce a bookmark list. Then you can show them on a map. Under the map you see the list of selected/bookmarked caches.
Didn`t find a way to see the cache names within the map with project-gc.
Another way could be Map compare https://project-gc.com/Tools/MapCompare
You comapre with yourself and filter "none found".
Again a map is shown an the cache names under the map (but not within)
I was introduced recently to a chrome extension called GeoPrinter - I havent had a chance to sit down and work my way through it yet but quite a few friends use it and find it to be rather handy. Not certain if it will do what you want but certainly worth a look: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/geoprinter/pkejgpgaflkeonkliblcplomemekogop