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I did not realize that Publisher was storing and exporting meta data until I duplicated a previous document to use as a starting point for my new one, and my client noticed that the title field in the exported PDF file was the title of the original document, not the new one. I can edit the title meta data within Acrobat under preferences just fine, but was hoping there was a way to do that within Publisher, so I do not have to take the extra step of re-editing the PDF metadata every time I do a new export. Is it possible to create/edit metadata within Publisher?
I have been trying to upload a screenshot to the forum to help explain the problem I am having. Yet when I click on "My Media" in the editing box, there is a message displayed saying, "Select a Media Type to Choose What to Share" with no options. Clicking on "Attachments" results in a message that there are none. Clicking on "search" does a search of the files posted to the board, not of the files on my computer that I would like to upload. What is the hidden secret to posting illustrative files, then?
What are the chances of having a dedicated feature request site (rather than a forum) that allows up voting, marking as duplicate (and referencing the duplicate), feature/idea status (declined, duplicate, in development, planned, new etc.) and a way of filtering by status. Very similar to LabVIEW Idea Exchange: https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW-Idea-Exchange/idb-p/labviewideas Just a thought.
Hi, I'm using AD now for a while and I'm highly impressed of the possibilities. The main goal is to generate marketing material for our company, which results in PDF files (brochures, product information sheets, ...). I see a bigger improvement with the meta data AD is generating, because there is no influence on the title, author and so on. For instance: The title in the meta data of the PDF is the full path incl. the file name. This is not needed. For tagging the PDF's for SEO it is hardly needed to be able to add some meta data right in the document properties. Of course you can edit the tags afterwards, but to have it at one place would be better for my personal workflow. Would be nice, if you take this into account. Thanks a lot. Regards, Mitschel68 (Germany)