Several of the document formats append the document type to the file name. For example, the System Process document appends _SPD, the Job Aid appends _JOBAID and so on. You can remove these document types from the file name in the publishing style, so that you will not have to remove it manually after publishing. There are two things to remember; first, changing the publishing style affects every document published using the style, and second, to change it in more than one style, you will need to edit the publishing style separately for each document type.
In order to remove the document type, you must modify a line in the styleconfig.xml file for the publishing style.
Open the publishing style, and then open the styleconfig.xml in any text editor, such as Notepad. This file should have the document type extension in between <DocumentNamePrefix> and </DocumentNamePrefix> codes. For example, for the System Process style, the line looks like this:
Delete the text between the codes; in the example above, delete SPD. Save and close the file and save the style package.
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