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How to make a link to location in page, like an attached file

I want to make a link inside a page from text to attached file (in the same page)

for example:

1. text on file1

2. text on file 2

3. text on file1


attached: file1, file2, file3

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Hello Hagai,

Welcome to Atlassian Community. It's nice to meet you.

If you're on Confluence Cloud, there's no option to link to an attachment as text, but there's a feature request for it below:

You can obtain the link to an attachment by viewing the list of attachments from the page (... > Attachments). From this page, right-click the name of the attachment and select Copy Link Address.

You can then use this link to link text to it on the page.

On Confluence Server, then it's possible to link directly with the Link macro. Have a look at Links documentation for more details:

Choose Link > Attachment then upload or select an attachment from the list.


Type [ and enter part of the attachment file name then select the attachment from the list.

Let me know if you have any trouble!



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