Thanks for the prompt reply. Just tried the graphics tool with a similar result — export graphic shows a previous Finale document.
Up to now I have always accessed the PDF via print, where the save as/title automatically copied the name of the Finale document. Now for all my current creations, I am seeing the name/title of a previous Finale document.
In the Finale document, the Print window (from save as PDF) shows a title and "where" which do not reflect its true identity. Thank you for the ScoreManager tip, which I have now adjusted for the score in question. However, the problem persists.
… In the Finale document, the Print window (from save as PDF) shows a title and "where" which do not reflect its true identity …
I am sorry, but I still do not understand.
1) Are you talking about the directory dialog box Save As PDF? (from save a PDF you do not get to the Print window; it is the other way around: from the Print window you can get to the Save As PDF dialog)
2) By your word ‘title’, do you mean Title - or File Name?
3) By your word ‘where’, do you mean folder directory?
4) What do you mean by your words ‘which do not reflect its true identity’ ?
What is ‘true identity’ ?
Perhaps you can explain the problem in another way?
By The Way:
Did you try what I suggested?
(in the Finder, highlight the file, and hit Command-I, to open Finder’s window File Info)
Sorry for my inaccurate explanation. I will try again.
As always, I start with the Print dialogue and then from the PDF option, I click on "save as PDF".
In the top window marked "save as" I see the title to a score I created some months ago. Also in the window midway marked "title" I see the same mistaken title. By "true identity" I meant the title of the current Finale score.
As expected, the finder info states correctly the title and location.