- Overview on the available styles
- Define styles
- Add structural elements
- Add placeholders
- Add Word macros
- Add bookmarks to exports
- Add captions to images, figures, and tables
- Change the page orientation
- Change the table format
- Ignore content in Confluence, but include it in exports
- Ignore content in exports
- Generate index terms
- Manually add a page break
- Override the Confluence page title
- Insert an export button
Problems with exported Word files
- Page layouts are not respected
- Images get exported in poor quality
- Styles are not displayed correctly
- Tables run off the page
- Links go to Confluence, not to other pages in the export
- Table heading rows in table are not preserved
- Scroll Pagetitle Macro does not work
- Heading levels are different than in Confluence
- Table text is in Times New Roman
- Scroll Versions placeholders do not work in exports
- Problems in Confluence
- Problems with exported Word files
- How heading levels are handled
- Scroll Macros
Tables use Times New Roman as a font even though the Scroll Table Normal Style uses a different font.
This is usually because, in your Word template, the 'Scroll Table Normal' style does not define a font. So it falls back to the 'Normal Table' style, which also doesn't define a font. And then it falls back to a standard font defined in Word.
Unfortunately when you edit the style in Word then the font box will show something like 'Calibri (Body)'. This means it will fall back to the font specified in the 'Body' style, which ultimately is / falls back to that 'Word default font' unless you specified something else explicitly.
Scroll Word Exporter uses Times New Roman in these cases because the Word programming library that we internally use, returns that font if the style contains no explicit setting for the font. And we can't distinguish this case from a case where the user actually selected Times New Roman.
Set the font to 'Calibri' (for example) in the 'Scroll Table Normal' style in your Word template.