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When using Page Properties Report Macro, how to display a column with the line count

We are using Page Properties Report Macro successfully and are happy with it.

One feature we find missing: no way to display a column with an index, showing the line number on each line.

The "Macro display options" of the "Page Properties Report" doesn't have it, that's a given.

The question is: do you know about any other macro that I could wrap around  "Page Properties Report" that will cut the job? (something like TableFilter, just that I don't need any further filtering, only counts on each line, similar to what is available in the Confluence page editor when inserting a new table).

Thanks you in advance, Adrian

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Jun 29, 2023

Hi @Adrian Neagu ,

As you've mentioned our Table Filter macro, I assume you have it - just use it for row numbering then.

Wrap your Page Properties Report in the Table Filter macro and go to the macro settings -> Table view tab -> Row numbering type field. Choose what option you need.

Then, as you don't need filtration, move to the Filters tab and choose the "Hidden filters" option in the top right corner. You won't see the filtration panel, and filter icons in the header won't bother you as well.

Unfortunately, we don't have TableFilter on our on-premise Confluence. Otherwise I wouldn't have ask this question...

I'm only a Confluence user, not a Confluence admin, so I don't know what would take to install new plugins or if my company is willing to buy some.

Thank you for your fast answer anyway, Adrian

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For what is worth, the doc of the Page Properties Report is here:

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