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On 2012-10-05 21:15, Brian Barker wrote:
At 19:55 05/10/2012 +0900, Nobody Noname wrote:
When I export an LO file to pdf, I would like that the original file name is automatically transferred to become the pdf-file name. As I cannot find any information in the LO documentation I ask you to please give me a hint how this can be done.

If you mean the PDF file name, this appears to happen normally - though perhaps not invariably. If you mean the PDF file "title" - which appears at the head of the window in Adobe Reader, for example - go to File | Properties... | Description | Title, and enter your desired title (which can be the same as the file name) there. I often copy the file name from the General tab to the Description tab and edit off the extension.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

I mean the file name.
But thanks for your comment that utilization of the original file name as the file name for the pdf-file happens normally. This is what I had in mind. But because this did not work anymore, I thought I changed a setting somewhere without intention and started searching...
Triggerd by your comment I did a test with a WRITER file and it works again.... Magic or a bug????

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