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    Question Omit / leave out?

    I am writing a report and I do not want to disclose the name of a company in the report. Could I tell others that 'I would like to omit the name of the company in / from the report' or 'I would like to leave the name of the company out in / of the report.'? Could you also tell me which preposition is correct in the said sentences?
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    JY

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    Re: Omit / leave out?

    'omit from'

    'leave out of''

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