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Files are attached to Confluence pages. See Uploading Files to find out about attaching files to pages.
Once attached you can download, delete and edit these files, for example if you need to upload a new version of the file, or change the page it is attached to.
Any user with permission to view a page can also download any files attached to that page.
To download an individual file:
To download all files attached to a page as a zip file:
There's no option to download all attachments in a space.
You'll need the 'Delete Attachment' space permission to delete an attached file.
To delete all versions of an attached file:
Space Admins can also delete a specific versions of an attachment:
Screenshot: Attachments and attachment versions
There are two ways up upload a new version of an attached file. You can:
To view attachment versions:
All earlier versions of the file will appear.
You can't revert to an earlier version of the file, but you can choose to remove earlier versions if you have Space Administrator permissions.
You'll need the 'Add Page', 'Add Attachment' and 'Remove Attachment' space permissions to move an attached file to another page.
To change the page that a file is attached to:
My Destination Page).
If you want to move the file to a page in another space, add the space key before the page name (for example DOC:My Destination Page).
You'll need the 'Add Attachment' permission in the space to edit the file properties.
To edit the properties of an attached file:
Changing the MIME type may cause your file to display incorrectly.
There are two ways you can view all files in a space. You can:
You can use the filters to only show files with a particular label or file extension.
Screenshot: Space attachments macro