Re: [NTB] file naming
- I get the where, it's the PARTICULARS of the naming itself. WHAT
FORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS GO INTO THE BOX THAT WOULD TAKE THE FIRST LINE
OF THE DOCUMENT AS THE FILENAME? Again, i repeat- HOW DO I ASSIGN THE
OPENING TEXT OF A FILE AS THE NAME; WHAT IS IT THAT I PUT IN THE BOX?
Putting in a particular name will give a single repeating name to ALL
files; not desireable.Variations of <FileName> gives 'FileName' as the
Again, to make sure that i am clearly presenting what it is i'm
after- when saving a Word document, it will grab the first text
present in the document and offer it as a title for the doc after
'Save As' is selected. I am after the appropriate formatting
instructions to yield the same results for NoteTab txt files. Is there
anyone who can give me an answer that tells me something useful, please?
--- In email@example.com, Hugo Paulissen <hugopaulissen@s...> wrote:
> tuxtyro wrote:
> > I'd like to know how to change the naming convention from
> ><NoName%0.2d> to something that will take the opening text of a file
> >and assign that as the name. I can't seem to figure out the right
> Go to options, and select the "general" tab. New name format...
- tuxtyro wrote:
> Greetings from a newcomer to the list!tux,
> I'd like to know how to change the naming convention from
> <NoName%0.2d> to something that will take the opening text of a file
> and assign that as the name. I can't seem to figure out the right
> addressing parameter to get it to work. Anyone already gone through
> this? Thanks.
I could be wrong but, I don't think there's a way to do this, other than
manual cut and paste or with the use of a clip. The would exclude using
any of the built in saving conventions, at least, until after the text
file was renamed.
hrs > hsavage@...