Save as Untitled 1

first line of the document as the default file name, instead of getting Untitled 1 is it possible?

May be the solution in this thread of forum is what you are looking for:

Tried it, and I couldn’t get it to work, any suggestions on how? using Ubuntu x64

Have you read the all thread, in the last answer there is a file containing the macro?

I think you’ll find that’s in reference to the comment above that only. “medical record [patient discharge summary] template”

Hi @LR,

Sounds like you’ve earned an all-expenses paid trip to…Bugzilla! :slight_smile:

Please file an enhancement bug and provide as much information as possible about this feature. I think a number of people might find it helpful to be able to name files quickly based on the first line (kind of like the first line in git commit messages).

Don’t forget to mark your bug as an ‘enhancement’. The QA team will be happy to help you triage your feature request in the bugtracker.

Please post a link to any bugs you file in a comment below using the format “fdo#123456”.


A bit related to this topic is what happened to me the other day.

I wanted to add a field for the filename in the footer of a writer document. However, the field showed only a dot. When saved the file with a name and added the field, the name appeared in the field.

It easier to understand if the file name field would immediately show the filename (first words of text or untitled 1).

Could this please be added into the bug report /enhancement request?

@ROSt53 – This question is pretty stale (take a look at the activity dates), so feel free to go ahead and file the enhancement bug yourself.

@qubit1 - Oops, I did not look at the dates!!! I will file an enhancement request.

@ROSt53, cool, thanks! I’d throw some karma your way, but I’m out of votes for today :stuck_out_tongue:

@qubit1 thanks for throwing unavailable karma my way… Enhancement request is filed: Bug 61053

Bug 61053 - FILESAVE: Enhancement request: Make writer to save the document with the first words instead of Untitled 1