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Walther Koehler wrote:

I posted the tag, which I think is the relevant, before:
<text:p text:style-name="P2">blabla</text:p>
I assume "P2" refers to printable, suppressing output on paper.
if you have a simple command line

No, "P2" is just a name, it could be anything. You would have to look up the style definition of 
"P2" and see if it has a text:display="none" in it. And there can be more than one of these styles, 
depending on the other character attributes, like font, size or color.
Piet van Oostrum <>
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