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[O] org export: how to avoid putting :export: in the exported file?

From: Rainer Thiel
Subject: [O] org export: how to avoid putting :export: in the exported file?
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2017 14:54:42 +0200
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I often export org-files, most of the time to LaTeX/pdf, but the
behaviour/problem is alike with many export filters.

Let us say I want to export an org-file that runs like this:

> * First Section
> Some text
> * Second Section :export:
> Some more text
> * Third Section
> Even more text

When I export this file to an ASCII buffer, the result is:

> 1 Second Section                                                :export:
> ================
>   Some more text

(note «:export:» in the first line on the right)

Likewise, in the case of a LaTeX export, the tag «export» is put in
small caps in the exported file, with odt export in small caps and
square brackets.  Of course, it is easy to remove the tag in the output
file.  But I often export to pdf via LaTeX and automatically have
deleted all intermediate files including the LaTeX file.  So it would
save me time to avoid putting the tag in the file in the first place.

So, how can I avoid getting the «export» tag put in the output file?

Thanks in advance,

Prof. Dr. Rainer Thiel
Institut für Altertumswissenschaften
07737 Jena, Germany (EU)

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