The usage of {include:xxx}

I'm currently working to extract part of the content of a few of pages to one page, I found that {include:xxx} can extract the who content of the page xxx to another page, so I'm wondering if there is a way to extract part of the content of the page xxx.

Does anyone know that?

Thanks.

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We can include other pages to one page using the include macro. To insert this macro in your page follow In the Confluence editor, choose Insert > Other Macros.

For more details see the Include Page macro Documentation.

Thank you, I need {excerpt-include}.

But there is another question, in page xxx I have some content is embraced by {excerpt} mark, when I using {excerpt-include:xxx}, page always show that 'The page doesn't not exist'.

If I change to use {include:xxx}, then the whole content of xxx can be shown normally.

I don't know why.

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