This is a tricky question.
Say I generate an image in gnuplot using the pslatex terminal:
dvips -E -oimage.eps dummy
where 'plot.plt' contains:
set term pslatex
set output "graph.tex"
and where 'dummy.tex' reads:
I then include this 'image.eps' file in a 'main.tex' document and compile it:
dvips main -o
This generates a 'main.pdf' file.
I find it quite strange but I have noticed that when I open 'main.pdf', the document title which will appear in the menu bar of the document viewer I use (evince) will be 'graph.tex' rather than 'main.pdf'.
If I modify the .eps file with a text editor (say, vim), and replace the text 'graph.tex' by something else in the .eps file, then compile the latex file, this will change what appears in the menu bar when I open my 'main.pdf' file.
Here, I would like to know if there is also a way to change the document title which appears in this menu bar using latex, when I do not have figures. Supposedly there should be I believe. How can I do that?
Thank you in advance for your help.