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       Thanks for this information;
          some on this list might enjoying knowing about it.

       Since I think you sent this to me by mistake, am sending on to the
          I am not interested in changing.

From: Tim Deaton <>
Date: Mon, May 2, 2016 at 9:44 PM
Subject: Re: free text editor (was: [libreoffice-users] delete hidden
formated text in odt)
To: anne-ology <>

I've been using NoteTab (from Fookes Software, in Switzerland) for several
years now as my text editor.  After using the free version (NoteTab Light)
for a few years, I upgraded to the paid version.  I still don't use any
features that aren't in the free version, but I figured the authors
deserved something for their excellent work.

You can find the free version here:

I think you'll really enjoy it.

-- Tim Deaton

On 4/29/2016 2:39 PM, anne-ology wrote:

        If you're referring to eliminating the formatting, then I think
you'll have a non-formatted document;
           if so, then using a simple text document should do this.

        The only one I know that still exists is Notepad - once placed on
all MsFt machines, but now not;
           I still have it - saved from my older machine - & would be glad
to upload to you if you so wish.

From: Walther Koehler <>
Date: Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 5:54 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] delete hidden formated text in odt

Dear LO users,

I would like to give away *.odt files without hidden formated text.
Do you have some advice how to remove the hidden (hard-)formatted text in a
simple way?
Is it possible by a macro?

(I am aware that you can make hidden text invisible and print the file
hidden text on paper. I also know how to remove properties)

Thank you in advance


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