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Can I adjust the Save Copy as PDF step to include the Title on the layout? For example, "Account List 2019". I frequently create lists for other years and would like to show the year in the pdf. Not just "Account list".

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40 minutes ago, john9210 said:

Can I adjust the Save Copy as PDF step to include the Title on the layout?

There is no such script step. And if you use the Save Records As PDF step, you should get a PDF document that's equivalent to a printout of your current layout - including any titles you might have.  So it's not clear what your question is.

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Yes, Save a Copy as PDF. I would like to get the title in the filename.

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If it wasn't clear before, it is even less clear now. As I said, there is no such step. And you didn't say anything about getting the title "in the filename".

If you are saving records as PDF and you want to control the name of the PDF file, then use a variable as described here:
https://fmhelp.filemaker.com/help/17/fmp/en/index.html#page/FMP_Help/creating-file-paths.html#ww1087742

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This demo might help. 

 

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