§230.4(a)(2) of Regulation DD reads --
(i) A depository institution shall provide account disclosures to a consumer upon request. If the consumer is not present at the institution when a request is made, the institution shall mail or deliver the disclosures within a reasonable time after it receives the request.
(ii) In providing disclosures upon request, the institution may:
(A) Specify an interest rate and annual percentage yield that were offered within the most recent seven calendar days; state that the rate and yield are accurate as of an identified date; and provide a telephone number consumers may call to obtain current rate information.
(B) State the maturity of a time account as a term rather than a date.
While you don't have to provide the disclosures in the same format that you would use for new accounts, you do, with the exceptions in (A) and (B) above, have to provide "shoppers" the same information you provide for consumers opening an account. This is in the spirit of one of the major purposes of the Truth in Savings Act, which is to provide consumers with comparative rates and fees so as to make informed choices.
One solution is to see if your system will print a blank disclosure without rates, dates, etc. Then, you can provide with it current rate information (with the dating and caveats listed in the quoted regulatory text).
Cape Cod Bank and Trust