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An attachment is any file that is included with your page. Examples of attachments are images, screenshots, photographs, Word documents, presentations, and PDF, multimedia and sound files.

Quick guide to attachments

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Attachments are useful when you want to share information that exists in another file format. If you want an attachment to be displayed on more than one page, you may wish to consider creating a special page to hold such attachments. This special page could be part of an 'inclusions library'.

In Confluence you can attach files to any page or blog post, provided you have permission to do so.

When a page you are viewing contains attachments, a small paperclip icon appears next to the page byline. Clicking the paperclip will take you to the 'Attachments' view, where the full list of attachments is displayed.

Working with attachments:

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Displaying an Image
Configuring Attachment Size
Configuring your Attachment Storage
Working with the Office Connector

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