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I have a question about customizing exports to PDF. When a Confluence page contains a large width table, visualization in a PDF page is quite weird. The best solution is to show the page containing the table in landscape orientation.
Until now, my workaround is to export in Word format and then change the orientation of pages with large width tables to landscape orientation manually.
This is a hard work, so I it would be great if there is an automatic solution in Confluence that detects pages with this kind of tables and will change it automatically.
BTW, it's 2013 and the k15 pdf exporter still does not make it possible to style a table layout properly. E.g. you can set a Landscape layout but then the settings that the style is unable to handle but you have set them in Confluence (e.g. individual arrangement for some of the cells) will be overridden and the whole table wil lbe downgraded to the settings the PDF exporter can handle. (Where there is no option ot set individual layout for side-header and non-header cells. So e.g. for a supported sw matrix the PDF Export from k15 is still appalingly dumb in 2023).