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[Word] How to exclude sections when printing or PDF exporting

Posted on 2015-01-05
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Hi,

Using Word, I created a document where I have inserted sections delimited by the following tags <INTERNE EME></INTERNE EME>.

Is it possible to automate the exclusion of these sections when printing or exporting in PDF format?

Regards,
Richard
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Hi,

you could change the format of these sections as hidden

You can use Replace to do that
in FindWhat
 <INTERNE EME>*</INTERNE EME>

Using wildcards

in ReplaceWith
^&

With Format Font Hidden ticked


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The search using wildcards does not work :-(
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Have you ticked the box after having clicked More?
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by:Richard Coffre
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Yes.
I will investigate further to find out why it fails.

Thanks.
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Could you send a dummy?
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The answer is good but it may need a little more information related to the Word versions because it does work properly with my configuration.
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