I want to write a manual in confluence and update this again. This manual I would like to download it as a PDF in corporate design. Now I have tried a lot, but with a simple CSS programming I do not get out some things. For example: I want to see at the PDF document the Date of the last change, a version number, and the last editor. Is that possible without another plugin?
And how can I hide the table of contents numbering?
you can use multiple placeholders in your PDF. In your special case the following placeholders would match:
$lastModificationDate – The name of the user who updated the page to the current version.
$page.version - Current version of the page
$lastModifier.name – Modifier's account name
For more information about the available placeholders, please have a look at the following page: http://www.k15t.com/display/PDF/Using+Placeholders
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