Create a form called "$$ViewTemplate for viewname" (viewname=the name of the view). Put a field on the form called $$ViewBody (computed for display, value of ""). See if that doesn't hide the view name. Try searching for $$viewtemplate in the R6 Designer help to get an explanation of what happens.
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