In 10.6.8, the best I could do was extract 80 something pages of apps from a 329 page pdf...the only one I could produce, and the resultant list, which was in alpha order by category only, was totally user-unfriendly.
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I tried a few searches at the App Store, but no results seemed to address your question.
I cannot think of any other workable way to print or save the System Information you want.
Trying to compile a series of screenshots in a word processing file . . . since a copy and paste of the list does not work. . . seems quite tedious for the amount of data you are outputting into a .pdf.
dianne • moderator
Back up everything you can't afford to lose – documents, mail, movies, music, photos, and other data and settings.
If you want to programmatically extract data from that, add a -xml option to get the output in XML format, then use XML tools of your choice to extract the data. (Trying to extract data from a complex non-XML file using regular expressions is iffy at best.)
If you want to save the data for later perusal, save it as a .spx file (in XML format). Then use System Profiler itself to view the file pretty-formatted: