- 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
You can add bookmarks to exported files using the Scroll Bookmark macro.
Bookmarks are added in the form of named destinations
The Scroll Bookmark macro does not insert bookmarks that can be accessed in the TOC to the exported PDF files – but rather creates 'named destinations' that can be used in links to the PDF file to directly jump to a certain position in the exported PDF.
To add a bookmark, simply insert the Scroll Bookmark macro on your Confluence page and enter a bookmark ID. This will be the title of the bookmark in your exported document.
Bookmark name must start with a letter
IDs must begin with a letter ([A-Za-z]) followed by any number of letters, digits ([0-9]), hyphens ("-"), underscores ("_"), and periods (".").
Now, bookmarks will be added to the exports in the locations where you added the macros.
You can then easily setup links to these bookmarks in your Word file by highlighting your chosen text, right-clicking and selecting: Hyperlink > This document. A list of the available bookmarks will then be displayed: