- 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
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
We're happy that you've decided to get started with Scroll Word Exporter. In a few simple steps, this guide demonstrates how to perform your first export.
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- Once Scroll Word Exporter is installed on Confluence, navigate to a page you want to export to Word.
- In the page actions Click Tools > Export to Word:
- Scroll Word Exporter comes with 2 bundled templates that you can use straight out of the box. Use the Documentation Template, and export This page and its children:
- When the export is complete, the Word file will download automatically:
Congratulations – you've exported your first Word document from Confluence!
Now, you can learn the basic steps required to use the full functionality of Scroll Word Exporter.