An analysis might contain pages that, for different reasons, are not intended for Consumers (Consumers use the analysis in Viewing mode). The pages could be in a draft state, or they might contain information that is not relevant for Consumers. If you are an Author (that is, you have editing rights), you can hide such pages for Consumers. This means that Consumers will not be aware that these pages exist.
Export to PDF
When you do an ad-hoc export to PDF of an analysis that contains hidden pages, the hidden pages will be ignored and treated as they do not exist. However, it is possible to export hidden pages by including them in a prepared report. Any user, also a Consumer, can export such a report with the hidden pages included.
- Right-click the page navigation area at the bottom of the analysis, and make sure that Page navigation is set to Titled tabs.
Right-click the page tab in question, and select
In Edit Mode, the page tab is dimmed. An author can still access the page by clicking the page tab. When in Viewing Mode, the page tab is totally hidden. Since Consumers always are in Viewing Mode, hidden page tabs will not be visible for them.
To show the page again, right-click the dimmed tab, and select Show page.
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