Why Print It - Isn't It Supposed to be a Show? Well yes, but that doesn't mean that some print version of it might not still be helpful either to the presenter or the audience or both.
For any slide on which you want bullets that won't show up on the outline, do the following: Go to Format/Slide layout. Select the choice that gives you just a title on an otherwise blank slide (see below).
Screen shot showing Title Only slide layout format selected
Once you have a slide with that layout, go to Insert, then click on Text box (see below). Put your point of insertion within the slide and click once. A very small text box rectangle will appear. Immediately click on your toolbar's bullet button (again see below) and an inactive bullet should appear within the text box. You want to put something into the text box right away, because if you don't and go to do anything else, you empty text box will disappear permanently. Once something is in it, it will remain in existence, even if invisible.
Screen shot showing title-only slide layout, with text box added.
Now key in your bullets. These will show up on the projected slide,
but won't register in any outline you print. It's also pretty easy to go
back to regular, "recognized" bullets, hould you ever change approaches/audiences.
Just select and cut all of your bulleted text, change the slide's format
to the regular bulleted text one, and then paste your bulleted text into
the bulleted text box that will appear. You'll have to do a little format
cleanup, but nothing hard.