In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of exporting your documentation in Confluence as a PDF, Word, or HTML file using the out-of-the-box templates provided by Scroll.

Before you begin

Make sure you have completed the Getting Started guide before working through this page.

Open your documentation

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Navigate to the space that you created in Getting Started .

Click Spaces → <YOUR SPACE NAME>

2

Once in the space, click Product Documentation under “Pages” on the left navigation bar.

ℹ️ Info: This is the sample documentation that you created in Getting Started

(question) Using your own documentation? Navigate to the first/top-level page of your documentation.

3

Navigate to More actions (•••) on the top-right corner of the page.

ℹ️ Info: This is where you will find the options to export your documentation to the various formats.

Export to PDF file

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From More actions (•••) click Export with Scroll PDF Exporter.

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With Scroll, you can use three out-of-the-box PDF templates, or create your own templates. But, we will cover custom templates in a separate tutorial.

For now, leave the default values as is, and click Export.

3

Once the file is generated, it will be automatically downloaded.

Click Close to close the export dialog.

Export to Word file

1

From More actions (•••) click Export with Scroll Word Exporter.

2

With Scroll, you can use two out-of-the-box Word templates, or create your own templates. But, we will cover custom templates in a separate tutorial.

For now, leave the default values as is, and click Export.

3

Once the file is generated, it will be automatically downloaded.

Click Close to close the export dialog.

Export to HTML file

1

From More actions (•••) click Export with Scroll HTML Exporter.

2

With Scroll, you get one out-of-the-box HTML template. You can create your own templates as well, but we will cover custom templates in a separate tutorial.

For now, leave the default values as is, and click Export.

3

Once the file is generated, it will be automatically downloaded.

Click Close to close the export dialog.


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