This page explains how you can export individual Confluence pages, entire spaces or selections of pages into a single PDF file.
On this page:
Exporting Single Pages
Exporting Multiple Pages or the Entire Space
Using Confluence's space export functionality, you can convert multiple pages or an entire space to PDF.
To export a space or selected pages to PDF:
Screenshot above: Selecting pages to export
Customising the Appearance of PDF Exports
You can add a title page, a table of contents and customised headers and footers to the PDF output. For more advanced customisations, you can apply Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) modifications. These customisations are specific to each space. You need the 'Space Administrator' permission to be able to apply these customisations. For more information, see Editing the PDF Stylesheet.
- Only image attachments that have been inserted into a page are included when exporting to PDF.
- To export a PDF containing international text, you need to install a Unicode font in Confluence.
- Blog posts are not included within the PDF export. If you like, you can vote for this feature request: CONF-5599.
- If you have 'Space Administrator' permissions, the link to customise the PDF Stylesheet is provided at the top of the page tree, as shown in the screenshot above.
- Confluence's PDF Export feature is designed to handle a wide variety of content. However, on rare occasions the PDF Export process may fail due to an unrecognised customisation. If that happens the PDF export screen will indicate the title of the page in which the problem occurred, to help you diagnose the cause of the failure.
Editing the PDF Stylesheet
Creating PDF in Another Language
Exporting Confluence Pages and Spaces to HTML
Exporting Confluence Pages and Spaces to XML
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