The template editor's Properties tab contains several customization options.
An overview of these options is provided below:
Define a name for the template. The template's name can be changed in the template header where the Save and Close buttons are located
Only this page - this will export a single Confluence page
Page Size & Orientation
Define a page size (eg. A4, A3, Letter) for your template or select Custom to define your own page size
Define a page orientation for your template - Portrait or Landscape
Include/Exclude - define page labels to include/exclude child pages
Index terms - if checked, page labels will be used as index terms - learn more
Enable numbered headings - if checked, headings will use the numbering defined in the export template
Keep multi-column page layouts - if checked, the export uses the Confluence page layout
Enable links to external websites - if checked, web links in the PDF will be clickable
Enable links to Confluence - if checked, links to your Confluence site will be clickable
Repeat table header if table breaks to a new page - if checked, table headers will be repeated on all pages that the table is exported onto
Pagebreak - if checked, selecting this option will insert a page break after every Confluence page in the PDF export
Comala Document Management - please see our documentation for further information regarding these export options
Attachments - if the option Embed referenced attachments is checked, the generated PDF will contain the attachments included on the exported pages
Show 'Table Of Content' macro output - if checked, the Confluence Table of Contents macro will be included in the export
Show 'Children' macro output - if checked, the Confluence Children Display macro (if added to the page) will be included in the export
Convert image gallery tables to lists - if checked, images in gallery macros are displayed in a list rather than a grid
Figure captions - if an image is assigned a caption using the Scroll Title macro, you can select whether to display that caption before or after the image
Table captions - if a table is assigned a caption using the Scroll Title macro, you can select whether to display that caption before or after the table
Export filename - define placeholders and/or text for the filename to be used in the generated PDF. Selecting the + icon provides a selection of placeholders that can be used. If this field is empty, the filename will revert to the default. i.e. Document Title-Document Revision-Export date
Optimize links for printing - if checked, a footer section is added to the exported document displaying the full URLs of all links on the page. Further customizations can be made to suffixes that are included for links to pages, figures and tables within the exported document.
Make document PDF/A-3 compliant - if checked, a PDF/A (ISO-standardized) version of the PDF is created upon export. This file type is intended for archiving purposes and long-term preservation of electronic documents.
Image compression - define whether images are compressed in the export. Reducing the image quality (e.g. Low quality), increases the compression for exported images and will reduce the size of the exported file. As a result, images may appear distorted.
PDF Bookmarks - define the number of heading levels used to create PDF bookmarks in the generated PDF Export. After choosing a specific heading level, PDF bookmarks will be created for the selected and all previous heading levels. e.g. ChoosingHeading 3will create bookmarks for heading levels 1, 2 and 3.
Expanded levels - define how many bookmark heading levels are automatically expanded in the export. Bookmarks will be expanded up until the selected heading level
Bookmarks Panel - if checked, the bookmark panel will automatically be displayed when the export is opened in the PDF reader (eg. Adobe)
Define a language to be used for formatting the date placeholders - depends on the used date format.
Title/Author/Subject/Keywords- define metadata within the available fields to include in the generated PDF export