I have a very basic question.
When you save a document, via the method below, what is the purpose of naming the document ie: Report.doc? When the document comes up in the browser the title of the browser window is that which is defined in the web form's property page. If I modify the document in the browser and attempt to exit the browser, I am presented with a dialog asking if I want to save the document. The default name of the document in the save dialog is once again the title of the web form not Report.doc. Report.doc does not seem to be meaningful. I really would like to name the document, so that when I save it to local disk, the dialog has *that* name as the *default* name for saving. IE: I would like to drive the save dailog into using Report.doc as the default name for saving.
doc.Save("Report.doc", SaveFormat.FormatDocument, SaveType.OpenInBrowser, Response)