User Macro NoPrint works fine if I want to exclude plain text. However, this macro treats texts as plain texts. Which means, if I put any macro within in the noprint markup, then the macro won't work.
Is there anyway to not to treat texts within noprint markup as plain texts?
Because the very point of having this macro is to exclude embedded multimedia files and some links to restricted shared folders when export the page to PDF files.
Thanks a lot!
I'm having a similar issue. On the home page of my documentation, I have instructions on how to export the docs:
"To export this documentation to a different format, click the Browse menu at the top of this screen, click Advanced, and then click one of the export options."
Obviously, I don't want this setnence to appear in the PDF, so I tried to use the noprint macro. However, the noprint macro does not retain the bold formatting. Is there anyway to retain formatting in text that's inside the noprint macro?
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