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Exporting from iPad to pdf

Post by macsailor » Sat Sep 09, 2017 7:49 am

I have been using the Mellel on my iPad for a week now and it's great to be able to sync the work between my Mac and my iPad. But when I sometimes have to export a document from the iPad to a pdf (to be able to hand out the documents to my students digitally), the document always get a strange file name - mellel_temp_0.pdf - and I have to rename every file I export as pdf.

Is it possible to have the file name of the pdf to correspond to the actually file name of the Mellel document? If so, how do I do it? If not, please consider this as a annoying bug and please fix it.

Since we only have Windows based computers at work (I'm working as a teacher), I'm using Mellel on the iPad I convinced the school to give me. And the documents I write with the help of Mellel I have to export as pdf, otherwise the student can not open or read whatever I have written (instructions, assignments, etcetera).
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Re: Exporting from iPad to pdf

Post by macsailor » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:13 am

Still having problems with the file names while exporting from Mellel iPad version to pdf. Want the exported file to have the same name as the original file, except for the new file suffix .pdf.
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Re: Exporting from iPad to pdf

Post by macsailor » Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:57 pm

Any solution for this annoying behaviour yet?
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