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So at my job I test laptops for functionality with a linux mint live usb. I've been looking for a way to get the hardware information and print it out. So far I have it about how I want it by using inxi -M -C -B -m > output.txt. I then print it out with lpr.

What I would like is some of the words to be color or bold when printed out. Specifically the words before the information like CPU: or Memory:. Basically just like it does in terminal.

I've researched quite a bit and have not found a way to do this. Is it possible?

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