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Is there a way to Export Confluence Pages and subpages as one PDF Document?


I'm using Confluence and I would like to know if there is a way to export Confluence Pages and it's subpages as one PDF Document.

Confluence Version 6.15.9


Best regards,

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Jorge Merino {Appfire}
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Sep 08, 2020 • edited

Hi Fernando, 

You can go to the export space options in Space Tools -> Content Tools -> Export, there you will find how to export branches or pages into a pdf

Or you could use a third party app like Scroll PDF Exporter. 


PDF isn't an option.


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Um, this is not answered and inacceptable. Firstly, access to Space Tools isn't a normal thing in company settings. Secondly, the user above mentions no PDF export.

This, IMHO, is another typical Confluence scenario which millions of users face, however isn't taken seriously. I experience several such things with every Atlassian service in the past five or more years.

Note that in Chrome, I was just not able to hit the Answer button. Using another browser, I can at least answer. How strange can it be.

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