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A document I created as a template for other docs is creating PDF files that contain a "title" that refers to what must be a prior version of the file. I believe the document header must contain something like what an html doc has:

<title>You Put Your Doc Title Here</title>

In a browser, the doc title should show in the tab, as in the attached screen print. What's showing is totally different from the actual document name.

Is there some way I can fix this?

 

AFFINITY-PUB-MADE-WRONG-PAGE-TITLE.jpg

TEMPLATE-MCF-1-UP.pdf

TEMPLATE-MCF-1-UP.afpub


​Sharon

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4 hours ago, CatLady said:

A document I created as a template for other docs is creating PDF files that contain a "title" that refers to what must be a prior version of the file. I believe the document header must contain something like what an html doc has:
<title>You Put Your Doc Title Here</title>
In a browser, the doc title should show in the tab, as in the attached screen print. What's showing is totally different from the actual document name.
Is there some way I can fix this?

I'm not sure I got it right. If it's about exporting the APub file to PDF, it works for me (see attached file).
Remark: You have text overflow in two places. Maybe this is interpreted differently by different machines.

TEMPLATE-MCF-1-UP_A.pdf


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From the menu: View > Studio > Fields and you'll see that your document title is specified as mcf-2018-09-miller. If that's not what you want then you should change it.


-- Walt

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On 3/31/2019 at 7:08 AM, walt.farrell said:

From the menu: View > Studio > Fields and you'll see that your document title is specified as mcf-2018-09-miller. If that's not what you want then you should change it.

THANK YOU! That worked!


​Sharon

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