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Is there a way to print a page tree?

@hsuhailah suggested Browse > Pages > View: Tree but this was a few years ago. Is there an easy way to get all the pages and childpages in a space in a printable view?

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@Shannon_Spaniolor @Bob_Sovers or @Kiran_Panduga__Appfire_ do any of you happen to know?


Thank you for tagging me here. You could insert the Page Tree Macro on a page. Don't forget to put in Start Depth so that it automatically displays the pages you want. In my example, I want it to show all pages 2 levels deep, so my start depth is 2.

You can then print the page from your browser and it will include the page tree. I've tested this now on the new editor and I can confirm that it works for me.

Let me know if you have any questions about that.



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Smart, this worked great. Shoulda thought of that. Thanks Shannon.

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@Vincent Mann

No worries! Thanks for letting me know that it worked out for you. :)

Take care,


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