Stargazer Omit test statistics

When using stargazer there is an argument, omit.stat, however I need to remove the test statistics from below my coefficient values and it isn’t and argument in the possible list (http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/stargazer/stargazer.pdf page 14-15.

Does anyone know how I might go about this???

For Example:

install.packages(“stargazer”)
linear.1 <- lm(rating ~ complaints + privileges + learning + raises + critical, data=attitude)
linear.2 <- lm(rating ~ complaints + privileges + learning, data=attitude)
attitude$high.rating <- (attitude$rating > 70)
probit.model <- glm(high.rating ~ learning + critical + advance, data=attitude, family =     binomial(link = "probit"))

stargazer(linear.1, linear.2, probit.model, title="Regression Results", align=TRUE,     dep.var.labels=c("Overall Rating","High Rating"), covariate.labels=c("Handling of Complaints","No Special Privileges", "Opportunity to Learn","Performance-Based Raises","Too Critical","Advancement"), omit.stat=c("LL","ser","f"), no.space=TRUE)

The above gives me a table with test statistics, which I would like to omit entirely. The following replaces them with confidence intervals but that isn’t any better.

stargazer(linear.1, linear.2, title="Regression Results",
dep.var.labels=c("Overall Rating","High Rating"),
covariate.labels=c("Handling of Complaints","No Special Privileges",
"Opportunity to Learn","Performance-Based Raises","Too Critical","Advancement"),     omit.stat=c("LL","ser","f"), ci=TRUE, ci.level=0.90, single.row=TRUE)

The tables can bee seen on http://www.r-statistics.com/2013/07/tailor-your-tables-with-stargazer-new-features-for-latex-and-text-output/ as the first and second respectivelly

Thanks!

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