You don't need any addon for this.
The html (html-xhtml) module has to be enabled in Confluence HTML Macro to make it possible to use HTML macro with iframe.
To embed google doc you should insert HTML macro to page, copy-paste code below to macro body and change link to your actual document.
<iframe src="https://docs.google.com/bla-bla-bla" noborder="0" width="95%" height="800" scrolling="yes" seamless> </iframe>
I just went to Administration - Manage add-ons and System. The only "HTML" add-on I have is Atlassian XHTML (attached). I went to the Marketplace and typed in "confluence HTML" and only saw "HTML Macro for Confluence Cloud," which costs $5 per month.
What am I supposed to do? Thanks!
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The HTML Macro is not included in the Cloud version of Confluence as it could be used for malicious purposes. The full list of restricted functions in Confluence Cloud is here.
Your only option to add/edit HTML is to buy the HTML Macro from the marketplace.
(That's assuming that Pavel's solution is the only way of fixing your problem.)
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