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Referring to another page location

Hi there,

In a long document, I want to add a reference to another location on the same page.

Can you tell me how do I do it?

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Yes, you can use the linkable headings - see

(to explain the odd name of this url, there used to be an "anchor" macro in Confluence, but the functionality was absorbed into the linking stuff)

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You can directly copy paste the another page ( confluence page) url

I want to add the reference to another place in the same document, not another document.

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