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See http://rabbikaganoff.com/archives/1587/comment-page-1: (there's more there than I quote here, but I think this is most relevant to the question) HOLY BOOKS THAT DO NOT INCLUDE HASHEM’S NAME Destroying Torah writings that do not include Hashem’s name is prohibited mi’derabbanan (see Rambam, Hil. Yesodei HaTorah 6:8, based on Shabbos 115, 116). ...
I have consulted with R' Passow of Harvard Hillel, and he says that while there is no direct issue, there may be a problem with reading the writing, as according to Shabbat 149a, one may not read something written on a wall, nor look in a mirror on shabbat.
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