I've already tried. This is what I called "conditional text". It's very powerful but very complicated, it don't works for me.Use a hidden text field. This can be controlled for display or printing by assigning a variable as the condition.
Use a hidden paragraph field. Viewing can be controlled by View > Hidden Paragraphs, or through a variable.[/list]
Printing for any of these can be controlled by File > Print > Options > Content > Hidden Text
I tried this too. But I don't like at all too have a lot of nonprinting characters in the text, this is very ugly to see and disturbing when you're checking the text.Apply the "hidden" attribute to some text, .... through Format > Character ...... Display of that text can be toggled by View > Nonprinting Characters.
This is new for me and seems interesting. I'll try to understand how it works.Apply the "hidden" attribute to some text ...... with a custom style. .......... If you use styles for this, it's easy to modify the style to hide/show the text.
I would apply "hidden" attribute to a text and hide/show that text (and nothing else) just with a button or a setting found in the menu. I had this feature in MSWord and I used it a lot.I don't think it's possible to tell you "how to do it" without know exactly what you need to do and how you want it to work.
but I don't find how to hide text using styles.Apply the "hidden" attribute to some text ...... with a custom style. .......... If you use styles for this, it's easy to modify the style to hide/show the text.
giopo wrote:I can hide text using Stylist. The effect is the same as Format > Character. Right ?
giopo wrote:If I want to ask for a simple way to see only hidden text in next versions how can I do ?
giopo wrote:The only way I found to view hidden text is Ctrl + F10 but I get a lot of characters between text.
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