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Adding the "page ID" into a PDF export or into the related page

Hi - I know a similar question has been posted multiple times, and  I've reviewed the below resources but the do not seem to address my needs.  

In a nutshell, I've an external document which provides a crosswalk from Statements to a confluence "page ID". 

I'd like to be able to provide a PDF export with the "Page ID" either in each page itself or in the PDF export.  This way, someone can simple Control-F and find the "page ID" for a page.

I see the "title"_"page ID" is added to each html file in an export, but sending a single PDF out is preferred.

Is there a way to add the "page ID" into the page footer in the PDF export?


Is there a way to add the "page ID" into its respective page? 

For clarity , this "12345678" is the number I'm looking for .../pages/12345678/... to be in the pdf export.


Pages I reviewed:


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Hi Ed,

I put together a simple macro to embed it into the page itself. I can share it with you.



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