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I used the Table of Contents Macro. I then copied the results to an Excel Sheet, sorted the data, and copied / pasted back to the Confluence page as a Table. I then removed the Table of Contents Macro.
Yes, if I add or remove items, I have to repeat the process. Yet, if you are not changing the information that often, you at least have your table in sorted order.
I would love to see this feature in the Table of Contents as well. For documentation purposes, it would be much easier to see the topic listed in alphabetical order, and then have the user click on the content and have Confluence take the user to the topic on the page.