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When I copy the whole doc content into Confluence page, images are missing


Can this be solved, or any suggestions?

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Mar 03, 2021


I am assuming you are talking about copying a document from another application like Word.  You will need to do an import to get the images to come in.  If copying from a web based document then they should come in.  What are you specifically coping from?

Yes, i copy a document from Microsoft Word. I copy texts and images together, but i only get texts  in the confluence page.

Brant Schroeder Community Leader Mar 08, 2021

As @Fadoua states below if you want to bring word documents into confluence the best was is to import them in via the word macro.

I want to be able to copy paste word file data with pictures, and as noted above, only the text comes in.   When I use the Confluence Macro, I cannot edit the content in confluence for future changes.    This is not what I want.

Is there and easy way to copy and paste the word file data with pictures in the correct place into a confluence page?

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Fadoua Community Leader Mar 08, 2021


You better add the document using the word macro if you don't want to add the attachments manually.

Copy/paste from any other application to Confluence won't always give you the expected results.

You can also copy/paste the text only but then add the attachments manually.



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Fadoua Community Leader Mar 03, 2021


Where are you copying from? 

You need to add the images as attachments especially if you are copying from a different software.



I copy from microsoft office word docx file. There are lots of images in the file. I use ctrl+c to copy the whole content in the file, and use ctrl+v to paste into confluence page, then the images miss.

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