Is there some way to upload a single image file and place it on multiple Confluence pages, so if at some point I update the image I only have to change it in once place and all the occurrences are updated?
I guess I could make it a user macro. Anything simpler than that?
The standard "shriek for an image !" will do it
Upload your image to a page that everyone can read. Now go to the places you want to repeat the image and use the ! and use the "open other media" option. Select "search", and search for your uploaded image.
If you use that repeatedly, and then upload a new image, it'll change in all places.
It means "insert image inline, here". MOst of the time, people will use it to render an image from a file that they've attached to the page (so it would be !image.png!) but you can do things like !www.somewhere.com/a-picture.jpg! and !<space><page><image name>! for a local link
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