I’m working on a recipe book, and I have my recipe template that I use to make a new recipe. When I make a new recipe, I label the file itself (as seen in the Binder view), but I haven’t been writing the file name inside the actual file, mainly because writing the same thing twice is lame and because I know that when I compile the document, the file name will show up just above the file.
However, I generally need to export (to Print, usually) just a single file for use in my cooking. I haven’t compiled the entire recipe book, and I don’t think I will. When I export a single file to Print, however, it doesn’t include the file name. This creates a printed document with Ingredients and Instructions and no description of what you’re actually making.
My questions is, how do I fix this? Can I change a setting in the Export menu so that it includes the title when it prints (or saves to PDF)? Can I use some kind of coding similar to the code that automatically inserts the word count, and just write <?title> or whatever at the top of each file? Or do I just need to suck it up and write out the title if I want it to be in the document itself?
(I would then need to change the Compile settings so they don’t include titles, to prevent each recipe from starting with
but I think that’s an available option.)