Stored images in one place only.

Using Confluence - I'm doing a Manual and I have the same picture on several pages. Can I put all images in one place so when I change an image in that place, changes can take place on all pages at the same time with an update?

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Yes, you can do that if you use the old wiki markup:

Create one page where you attach all the images and then include the images on all other pages with

!pageTitle^image.gif!

Just start typing and it automatically shows a drop down menu with the images available in that space.

If you want to include an image from another space you must also add the space name and use:

!spaceKey:pageTitle^image.gif!

I'm not sure if this is going to work but have you thought about the excerpt macro?

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Excerpt+Include+Macro

You could have the image in the excerpt, display it on multiple places and you'd just have to update the picture once...

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