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I have an org document that has confidential and non-confidential information. I need to publish the org file to two different pdfs: one that contains all of the information from the org file and the other with the non-confidential information.

I have tried the following elisp.

(setq org-publish-project-alist
    '(("counselor"   :base-directory "~/Dropbox/org/"   
    :base-extension "org"    
    :publishing-directory "~/Dropbox/org/"   
    :exclude-tags "confidential"
    :recursive t
    :title "Appointments"
    :publishing-function org-latex-publish-to-pdf
    :headline-levels 4
    :exclude ".*"   
    :include ["appointments.org"]))

This produces an appointments.pdf document, but the confidential tags are still included. I also don't know how to change the file name to be appointments-confidential.pdf and appointments-non-confidential.pdf.

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The solution I found was to write my own publishing function. The function is a wrapper around the org-latex-publish-to-pdf that also calls rename-file.

(defun publish-function-counselor-appointments (PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)
  (org-latex-publish-to-pdf PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)
  (rename-file "~/appointments.pdf" "~/counselor_appointments.pdf"))

My org-publish-project-alist looks something like this:

'(("counselor appointments"
   :base-directory "~/"
   :base-extension "org"
   :publishing-directory "~/"
   :exclude-tags ("confidential" "noexport")
   :publishing-function publish-function-counselor-appointments
   :headline-levels 4
   :exclude ".*"
   :include ["appointments.org"]))

I can create another entry in the alist that will produce a different pdf file by supplying a different publishing function. Thus, one org file can be used to produce varying pdf files.

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