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When you export a single page to PDF, the PDF stylesheet customisations are applied, but any PDF layout customisations aren't. To make your PDF layout customisations apply to a single page exported to PDF, you'll need to use the 'multiple page' method described below to export the single page. See Customising Exports to PDF.
If you want to export a space – or selected pages in a space – to HTML, XML, or PDF, Confluence can create a zipped archive of the HTML or XML files, or a single, downloadable PDF file.
The HTML export is useful if you want convert your space into a static website, or you can use the XML export option if you need to import the space into another Confluence site, or use the data from the space in another application. You might use the PDF option if you're producing a user manual from your technical documentation in Confluence.
To export pages to HTML, XML, or PDF:
Blog posts aren't included when exporting to PDF using this method, and comments are never included when exporting to PDF.
When the export process has finished, you can download the zipped archive or PDF.
If your space uses the Documentation theme, choose Browse > Space Operations, then choose either HTML, XML, or PDF Export from the left menu, and follow the steps above to export the Space.
You can add a title page, 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, and you need the 'Space Administrator' permission to apply these customisations. For more information, see Customising Exports to PDF.
xxxxxx'is the page ID of the page containing the attachments.
To customise the HTML output, you'll need to modify the file
confluence-x.y.z-jar/com/atlassian/confluence/pages/Page.htmlexport.vm. To learn how to repackage this file, see How to Edit Files in Confluence JAR Files