How put page breaks in a Confluence page to better export to PDF

Hi,

I would know if there is a way to put a page break inside a Confluence page so that when I export the page to PDF it is well formatted (no table divided in 2 pages, images in the right position and so on). I would like to export my pages to pdf directly from Confluence without exporting them to Word or HTML and modify them before to export/print to PDF.

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Add a div (or class) to your Confluence page with content inside. Give the div a name like 'divexample'. Then add the page break instruction to the pdf stylesheet.

eg


.divexample{ page-break-before: always; }

Hi Massimo,

There are a number of different approaches documented in https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/9558 and https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/314427.

Different approaches work better for different plugins and so it is worth experimenting to find the best combination for your install.

Hope these help you solve your problem.

Phill

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