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Since upgrading to Mavericks, I've noticed that when creating a PDF from another file, such as Pages, the file extension is included in the file name. Is there any way to turn this off? For example, let's say I create a Pages document called "Proposal. The default title that will be chosen is "Proposal.
Fairly simply thing to change, but when you generate PDFs all day, it becomes bothersome. Looks like the "Save as PDF" option in the Print dialog just takes the document title which is set to the document name by Pages and adds a. As the new Pages doesn't seem to offer an option to change the title within Pages you might be out of luck here.
Click on it to expand this window to see all your options. At this point, at the bottom left of the window is a "Hide extension" button. Also, the Finder option to show file extensions has to be on.
It is possible to create a script that deals with this, saving it as a PDF Service, which will be accessible from the PDF button of the print menu.
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I just tried this and I cannot reproduce. What version of OS X are you using? PDF" menu entry?
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I tried that, but I admit I'm running a beta OS. Just tried it on a bog-standard Mavericks I wonder if LaunchServices db needs to be reset? Thank you for all the comments!
Using the "Export to Alternatively you could use the "Export to Ira Ira 1. This python script will remove the iWork file extension, offer a file dialog, and save the PDF. It will then be available in the PDF button of the print menu.
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