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How can I force the JIRA issue results provided through the JIRA Macro to word wrap on PDF export.

We are using JIRA to document design requirements within the description field.   The finalized version of the designs are then returned to Confluence pages via the JIRA issue macro.   Some time it becomes necessary to produce a paper document of the confluence space for external reference.   We had planned to fulfill the paper need with a simple PDF export of the confluence space with the JIRA results however the text of the JIRA results provided through the Issue macro is being cut off on the right side of the page when exported.   I have tried several PDF Export CSS style and either I can seem to find the exact reference I need or everything in there only affects the confluence tables and not the text of the JIRA results.  

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Dan Breyen
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Apr 13, 2023

Hi @Jeffrey Holzapfel I'm using Confluence and Jira in the Cloud and am unable to recreate this issue.  I can view a list of Jira issues on my confluence page that I setup with the macro, and when I export it to a PDF it wraps as expected with nothing getting cut off.  Is this still an issue for you? 

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