2 Columns on one page 1 on another

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    Nils Bier

    Hi Timon,

    Thanks for reaching out.
    Unfortunately it's not possible to define section-breaks out of Confluence technically (you can only define page-breaks, but this wouldn't help here unfortunately), so you can not change between multiple layouts in the content area of an exported file.

    If you'd need to have a 2 column layout on your title page, and a 1-column layout on the content pages, you could define that in the template: Define the layout for your title page, add a section break to the template and let the content start from second page using the $scroll.content placeholder.

    I hope that helps. Please let us know if there's anything else we can help with.

    Best,
    Nils

     

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    Timon Kappis (Edited )

    Hi Nils,

    im very thankful, that you answered but that didn't help me (maybe im just not able to do it xD) because I dont have a "title page"... I have this Confluence page: and if I export it to a Word want the part above the red line to be in 2 columns and the part unter the red line to be in 1 column. Is that possible?

    btw I tried it with the $scroll.content placeholder but it didn't work as I wanted it to.

    Cheers,

    Timon

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    Nils Bier

    Hi Timon,

    Would it be possible to send us a XML export of this page and your MS Word template to support@k15t.com ?
    This will create an internal support ticket and we'd be able to further investigate.

    To export the content of a single Confluence page, please follow these instructions: https://help.k15t.com/creating-a-xml-export-of-a-single-page-111903666.html.

    Btw, Please note that this is a public forum, so you might want to remove this screenshot from here.

    Best,
    Nils

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    Timon Kappis (Edited )

    Hi Nils,

    I already got what I wanted, but now i got another problem... why does it always take Heading 1 for the first Heading on a page even tough I made it Heading 2

    Cheers,

    Timon

     

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    Nils Bier

    Hi Timon,

    When creating a export, Scroll Office ensures that the exported document has a proper structure (i.e. the first heading on a page will always be heading 1, with following headings based on this heading).

    You can find further information about this in our docs: How Scroll Handles Headings - I hope that explains the behavior.

    Is there a specific reason why you start your pages with heading 2 instead of heading 1?

    Best,
    Nils

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    Timon Kappis

    Hi Nils,

    thanks for your awnser but i already solved my problems :)

    Cheers,

    Timon.

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