I think you are somewhat new to genealogical research.
The UFTree small white paper manual p. 147-- "The 'Family Tree (Pedigree) Chart. . . traces ancestral lines back through an individual's parents, grandparents, and so on. It starts with an individual and traces the family lines for each parent."
same manual p. 149-- "An Ancestor (Ahnentafel) Report is a family Tree Chart in text rather than graphic form. . ."
same manual p. 162 "Fan Chart" also prints direct ancestors back in time from one individual.
Those charts do not print your children, aunts, uncles, brother, sisters.
same manual p. 149-- "Descendant Reports . . .(Uftree) provides four different styles of Descendant reports: Indented, Text, Direct Drop, and Box Chart."
These charts begin with an individual and print out all of the descendants of that individual. Read about them on the manual pages 149-161.
Family Group Report, page 172, shows information about a mother and father, the names of their parents, and aditional information about the children of that specific marriage.
Family Journal Report, page 144, will show everything about every person in the project (minus unlinked individuals). This may be what you are seeking. This report is the heart of published family books. The three styles of this report are explained on p. 145.
The manual describes these and many other interesting reports in the manual Section 5: p. 131-189. The CD version of the manual often includes additional information and description. (The page numbers will be different on the CD than in the paper manual.)
If the number of individuals in your project is still relatively small, say 100 or less people), print some of these reports. Paper is cheap. If you have several hundred individuals in a project, I recommend you use the SampleKennedy.pro to print out and view various reports.
Most of these reports are standard genealogical reports. They are not original with UFTree.
Enjoy exploring this part of genealogical research.