I have a relatively wide table that displays fine in Confluence and in an HTML export. However, when I export to PDF, serveral columns get cutoff. There is no horizonatal scroll bar; when I widen the window, the text grows in size.
I am using Confluence on-demand. Are there any workarounds or configuration settings I can make?
when the table is too wide for the PDF, it gets cut off. How it looks in HTML and PDF is often different.
All you can do, is try to make the table smaller:
In other words:
No workaround! Just the possibility for small adjustments.
What is possible with on-demand, I don't know: Probably you can't do anything that requires access to the PDF export stylesheet (that would be 3 and perhaps 2).
we've a page in our documentation regarding the handling of wide tables: https://www.k15t.com/display/PDF/How+Can+I+Deal+with+Wide+Tables
Altough this docs are written for our Scroll PDF Exporter which isn't available for OnDemand yet (https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/AOD-4869), you could try the mentioned workaround (similar to Steffen's tipps), but maybe a bit more detailed.
Problem I have is that however small table I make, Confluence expands it and cuts off last column regardless. This happens even if I set Fixed width instead of Responsive. There is literary no way for me to export the document except making screenshots of my browser and then creating document in another software composed of those images. I don't find that very productive.
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