But the properties tab has no field for the file name, so this is kind of, uhm, weird. What, if anyone using Quark doesn't want that?
Not really sure to what you're referring to. I haven't used Quark since about 2004.
@stadlock – I think I know what you mean…
You exported to PDF and changed the file name in the export dialog to a different one from the document name presented there the first time you exported that document. And in exports after that the new name will be presented in the dialog instead of the name of the document.
What you can do against that?
1. First time you want to export: Save before the document is exported. And do not save after it's exported with a new file name.
2. After the new file name is already there in the export dialog:
Type in the document name in the dialog. Export. Or abort after chosing a export preference. Save. Check again, if the document's file name is in the export dialog. If yes, procede like in suggestion #1. If not do a full export with the document's file name, save and then procede with suggestion #1.
With the InDesign file open, use the file > file info command. You can fill in the information there.
That works. Thanks.