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El 2016-12-01 16:59, Henry Sikkema escribió:

I am wondering if it is possible to make a hidden table in LibreOffice
Writer (I can make hidden characters but I'd like to make hidden tables)
... if not could that be made a reality?

It is possible to insert the table on a section (Insert → Section) and then hide the section. Sections accept any kind of contents and you can even have a section within a section.

It is also possible to set a condition to hide/unhide the section automatically using a variable: Set a variable (Insert → Field → More fields → Variable tab) named, for example, MyVariable and give it a value, for example 2. Now insert the frame and check the "hide" option, writing under "condition"


Here the section will be visible, but if you double click on the variable and change its value to 2, the section will hide immediately.


[I use hidden text/information in my documents because I am a teacher and in a test for example, the questions for students are not hidden and the
answers are hidden WITHIN the same document.  That way I can hide the
answers and print a test for the students and unhide text and print an
answer key.]

Thank you.


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