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Need some help with diaplying the current date in footer

I have defined a PDF stylesheet for a space i would like to include the current date in the footer whenever i print the page. I used the @bottom-left { to define the footer. Is there a function to print date in the footer.

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Nágila Marques
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Sep 04, 2018

Hi Karthik, 

By default, Confluence doesn't have this option, but it can be done through macros. 

Steven posted this answer in 2014 at you can try, but be aware it may no longer work. 

There are also other topics about "displaying the current date" in the below questions:

In the third post, @Matthew J. Horn wrote:

You can use the dateFormatter's formatGivenString() method to specify a format:

$action.dateFormatter.formatGivenString("dd-MMM-yyyy", $some_date)

Hope this helps!

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