Hello. I have a question to ask you.
In LibreOffice Writer v. 22.214.171.124 (latest), part of LibreOffice Productivity Suite, regardless of the distribution version for compatible operating systems like Windows or Linux like Ubuntu; when you go to save a document it ALWAYS BY ‘default’ saves [such as selecting “As Save” and “Save”] – it saves the document file as “Untitled 1”, “Untitled 2”, etc. When I save a document file with Microsoft Office Word 2003/2007/2010, it will save by default (No user modifications – it is per-programmed (“out of the box”) to behave that way.) by the first few words or phrases within the first few words or phrases in the file document itself where ever you wish to save the document file in the system.
Question I am asking:
Is there a way or means with LibreOffice Writer to save by default’ the first few letters of the words or phrases within the first few words or phrases in the file document itself – much like Microsoft Office Word 2003/2007/2010 does?
Yes, I obviously will need to ‘change’ LibreOffice Writer to a different and new ‘default’ format to save the document file in that manner, but once setup in that manner; it will always be the ‘default’ manner in which to save document files with LibreOffice – by the first few letters of the words or phrases within the first few words or phrases in the file document itself.
This document file renaming gives me some limited knowledge about what the document file is about when I am looking at a LibreOffice Writer icon on my desktop instead of “Untitled 1”, “Untitled 2”, etc. that does not tell me anything really about the document file. This way by having some limited knowledge about what the document file is about instead of having to open each file on my desktop to find what I am looking for the correct document file. Yes, I can ‘manually’ rename EACH the document file to what I want it to say; but I am looking for a quick new default way or means to achieve this like Microsoft Office Word 2003/2007/2010 does naturally out of the box.