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Confluence Export to PDF Needs to render all elements of Confluence page

Nate Dickinson
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Jul 21, 2022

Exported PDF Confluence documents need to render identically to their format in Confluence. For example. I have a page that I'm looking to export to a client that contains a header, an image with a link attached, and some tables. When I export this document to PDF the header disappears, the image with an attached link just becomes an image, and my truncated use of tables goes full width. 


The requirement for Confluence exporting should be simply be, what I see on the page in Confluence is what gets exported to PDF. This goes for all elements and macros. I should be able to choose export to PDF and see a PDF rendering of exactly what I just edited in Confluence. There should be no changes in the exporting process. This should apply to all macros and all elements and layouts of confluence documents.   



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