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How to import Google Doc content to take on the native Confluence page formats?

We need to import Google docs (and a few MS Word docs) into Confluence pages but not as embedded or imported documents. We want the content, but not the formatting. Is there a way for the incoming content to inherit/take on the Confluence formatting on the landing page? 

Currently, we're brute-strengthening our way through with manual copy/paste/clear formatting/apply formatting operations. It sure would be great if there's a way to do this programatically/automatically. What say you, Atlassian community?

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Brant Schroeder
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Mar 08, 2023

@John Limon Welcome to the Atlassian community

The only way to import without formatting would be to do what you are doing, manually copy and paste.  

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