Could you open your content.xml with Emacs and record a macro to find and
remove the hidden text? (I'm not sure that qualifies as simple.)
On Tue, 3 May 2016, Walther Koehler wrote:
Am Dienstag, 3. Mai 2016 schrieb Bruce Hohl:
Do you have some advice how to remove the hidden (hard-)formatted text
File > Save :: Save as type = Text (.txt) OR Text - Choose Encoding
Thus, LO can be used to read, create and edit unformatted text files.
Yes, you are right, but it does not solve my problem. The text file will
contain the hidden formated text.
To make it very clear:
I do not care about the format information in the file.
I do not want the content (the hidden formated characters) in the file
Using linux, the command line program xpath might do the job. It is
capable of removing certain xml tags in a file like
From: Walther Koehler <email@example.com>
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
Is it possible by a macro?
(I am aware that you can make hidden text invisible and print the
hidden text on paper. I also know how to remove properties)
Thank you in advance
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