If you have a solution (see the apps mentioned in the other thread) that accepts the page ID as a request parameter, then you could experiment with calling the corresponding "render" URL with a page ID.
If it works, then you can easily script this to iterate over the set of page IDs and produce one document from each.
with plain Confluence, you can only export one single page to word.
There are apps on the marketplace that provide you with the desired functionality:
I can't recommend neither the one nor the other, because I haven't tested them yet.
There might be also other apps in the marketplace for that purpose.
Without any additional apps, you can export your pages to pdf and then change the format somehow to word. There is a pdf export in Confluence for multiple pages. But I doubt, that the result of this two-time-conversion is looking good in word.
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