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Overview on the available styles

Thomas Rough

Thomas Rough Last update: Feb 27, 2019

Scroll Word Exporter uses Word styles in custom templates to match the formatting in Confluence to the formatting in exported Word documents. You can customize the formatting of exports by modifying the Word styles in your template.

To let Scroll Word Exporter handle the matching of the styles, you need to add specifically named Scroll styles in your Word template as displayed in the tables below:

Heading Styles

Confluence heading levels are matched in Word exports by adding the related Scroll Paragraph Styles to a custom template.

You can define the output of the following headings:

Style in ConfluenceCorresponding Style in the Word Template

Heading 1

Scroll Heading 1

Heading 2

Scroll Heading 2

Heading 3

Scroll Heading 3

Heading 4

Scroll Heading 4
Heading 5
Scroll Heading 5
Heading 6
Scroll Heading 6

Bulleted List Styles

Confluence unordered list levels are matched in Word exports by adding the related Scroll Paragraph Styles to a custom template.

You can define the output of the following bulleted lists for up to eight list levels:

Style in ConfluenceCorresponding Style in the Word Template
  • Bulleted List 1
Scroll List Bullet
    • Bulleted List 2
Scroll List Bullet 2
      • Bulleted List 3
Scroll List Bullet 3
        • Bulleted List 4
Scroll List Bullet 4
          • Bulleted List 5
Scroll List Bullet 5
            • Bulleted List 6
Scroll List Bullet 6
              • Bulleted List 7
Scroll List Bullet 7
                • Bulleted List 8
Scroll List Bullet 8

Numbered List Styles

Confluence ordered list levels are matched in Word exports by adding the related Scroll Paragraph Styles to a custom template.

You can define the output of the following numbered lists for up to eight list levels:

Style in ConfluenceCorresponding Style in the Word Template
  1. Numbered List 1
Scroll List Number
    1. Numbered List 2
Scroll List Number 2
      1. Numbered List 3
Scroll List Number 3
        1. Numbered List 4
Scroll List Number 4
          1. Numbered List 5
Scroll List Number 5
            1. Numbered List 6
Scroll List Number 6
              1. Numbered List 7
Scroll List Number 7
                1. Numbered List 8
Scroll List Number 8

Table Styles

The styling of specific macros and the Quote paragraph style in Word exports is achieved by adding the related Scroll Table Styles to a custom template.

You can define the output of the following Confluence elements by using the correct Scroll Table Styles:

Style in ConfluenceCorresponding Table Style in the Word Template

Confluence table

Scroll Table Normal

 (warning) This table style is used for default Confluence tables. Text in tables can be styled via modifying the Table style.

You can also use the Scroll Table Layout Macro to assign different table styles to your tables in Confluence.

Warning

 Warning macro

Scroll Warning

(info) To define how text included in the macro is exported, please see Table Paragraph Styles

Info

 Info macro

Scroll Info

(info) To define how text included in the macro is exported, please see Table Paragraph Styles

Note

 Note macro

Scroll Note

(info) To define how text included in the macro is exported, please see Table Paragraph Styles

Tip

 Tip macro

Scroll Tip

(info) To define how text included in the macro is exported, please see Table Paragraph Styles

Panel macro

Scroll Panel

(info) To define how text included in the macro is exported, please see Table Paragraph Styles

Code

Code block macro

Scroll Code

(warning) Text included in this macro can be styled in the export via modifying the Table style

Please note, if your Code Block macro in Confluence has a title enabled, this content will be rendered into a Code Block caption. 

Additionally, if a theme is enabled for the Code Block macro in Confluence, this style will take precedence over the defined Word template table style.

quote paragraph style

Scroll Quote

(warning) Text included in this macro can be styled in the export via modifying the Table style

Section-Macro

Scroll Section Column

(warning) Text included in the column macro can be styled in the export via modifying the Table style


Table Paragraph Styles  

To define how text included in Confluence macros is formatted when exporting, the related Scroll Paragraph Styles need to be defined in the custom Word template. 

You can define the output of the text in macros using the following Scroll Paragraph Styles:

Style in ConfluenceCorresponding Paragraph Style in the Word Template

Text in a Panel macro

Scroll Panel Normal

(info) If you define a title for this Confluence macro, the Scroll Caption style (Paragraph Styles) applies styling for this element

Info

Text in an Info macro

Scroll Info Normal

(info) If you define a title for this Confluence macro, the Scroll Caption style (Paragraph Styles) applies styling for this element

Tip

Text in a Tip macro

Scroll Tip Normal

(info) If you define a title for this Confluence macro, the Scroll Caption style (Paragraph Styles) applies styling for this element

Note

Text in a Note macro

Scroll Note Normal

(info) If you define a title for this Confluence macro, the Scroll Caption style (Paragraph Styles) applies styling for this element

Warning

Text in a Warning macro

Scroll Warning Normal

(info) If you define a title for this Confluence macro, the Scroll Caption style (Paragraph Styles) applies styling for this element

Paragraph Styles

Confluence paragraph styles are matched in Word exports by adding the related Scroll Paragraph Styles to a custom template.

You can define the output of the following Paragraph Styles:

Style in ConfluenceCorresponding Paragraph Style in the Word Template
ParagraphNormal
Monospaced textScroll Plain Text
Scroll Title Macro

Scroll Caption

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