Do you mean like exporting the space to a PDF format for example? If that's the case, here's a link that you can refer to: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Exporting+Confluence+Pages+and+Spaces+to+PDF
Depends on what you mean by "readable"
Confluence is already readable - humans click on pages within the space so they can read it. Or you could export it to a less friendly flat html file (which you can then read by pointing a browser at it), or to xml or even .pdf (which is really unreadable until you load it into a pdf reader).
I think the question is more about what you are actually trying to do?
But for more control on the formats and a full documentation process, I would use some of K15t's products - allowing alot more formatting controlls and output flaovors, for example: Word, Eclipse, EPUB, HTML, DocBook
If want to move it to another Confluence, export to XML
Then reimport it:
Note: to reimport, the Confluence version of the exported space and the Confluence version of the system where the space is being re-imported must the same versions.
Hope that helps get you to one of the places you want to go! :)
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