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How can I use the Include macro to reference a specific page with duplicate page names enabled?

We have enabled the allow duplicate page names option in Confluence and use the page is in a page hierarchy to identify the context of the page rather than the page name itself.  This allows us to have pages structured like:

  • Item 1
    • Overview
    • Detail
  • Item 2
    • Overview
    • Detail

Now we want to use the Include macro to include a specific Overview page into another page.  For example, we want to be able to reference "Item 2:Overview".  However, Confluence seems to only allow us to specific "<Space>:Overview", and only gives us options to include the first page it finds named Overview.

Is there some other way to do what I want without resorting to uniquely naming the pages?  Basically we want to be able to have different views of a common set of pages.

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