- 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
- Keep content together
- Using macros in Confluence
Problems with exported Word files
- Page layouts are not respected
- 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
- Extra empty pages in exports
- How can I avoid blank paragraphs
- Problems in Confluence
- Problems with exported Word files
- How heading levels are handled
- Data included in error reports
To follow this guide, you must first install the Scroll Exporter Extensions add-on
You must install the Scroll Exporter Extensions add-on to use the option outlined in this guide.
The only difference in how the macros work is that a line break is inserted when the Scroll ignore macro is used, and no line break is inserted by the Scroll ignore inline macro.
Once the macro is inserted, you can Edit it to select which Scroll Exporter app(s) specifically ignores the content in the export.
Want to ignore content in Confluence but include it in exports?
If you want to ignore content in Confluence, but still display it in exports, you can use the Scroll only or Scroll only inline macros.