I have to do a collection of several book in InDesign CS6 where there are numerous variables usually text shortcuts content headers , all have them identified with a style of paragraph and a tag in the xml but this content need only be visible in the headwaters of the book and not in the body why I put a transparent color and a very small body so that you make me white unwanted , even and all have a problem in that it coincides with the front page no way that is not noticeable and I is the " fall" page.
Is there another way to hide this text without losing information for seactualice the header?
Can you think of any solution occurs ?
Thank you very much
Put it on a layer set to non-printing.
The text is inside the body of the book I have a xml file as I pass "automatically" to a nonprinting layer that paragraph style.
Entries can be thousands there!
I'm having some trouble understanding the workflow here. It might help if you post in your own language and let us do the translation.
The normal approach to creating variables that are based on text that should not appear in print is to put that text in a separate frame, either on a non-printing layer, or marked as non-printing at the frame level through the Attributes panel. XML is outside my area of expertise, so I can't tell you how to accomplish this using xml.