I need to be able to print my Confluences pages to show how they are displayed in my browser. When I export them to PDF (or Word) they layout is wrong, and checkboxes are converted to bullet point like dots. I want to print pages in 'WYSIWYG' format.
The built-in PDF export functionality has some limitations, unfortunately. There is not a lot you can do about it. There is an app called Scroll PDF that gives you a ton of control over PDF formatting. We use it to do things like add "letterhead," control page breaks, etc. It works really well. You'll need to know/learn a little CSS, but it's not hard to configure.
With Scroll PDF Exporter 4.0 we introduced a graphical template designer that allows you to create templates without any CSS or HTML skills required.
Please feel free to check it out here: Scroll PDF Exporter
If you have questions regarding the app, please feel free to get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org - we'll be happy to help.
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