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Insert Microsoft Office macros

People compose content using a variety of tools.  Rather than copying and pasting that content into Confluence, you can attach the file to your page and use the macro to show it to your page viewers without anyone having to have Office installed.  This lets you maintain the formatting, animations, and formulas from those programs and share them easily in Confluence.

Office Word

The Office Word macro embeds your document in the page, rather than showing a simple preview. 

This is great for situations where you can't simply copy the content into the Confluence page, because you want to preserve formatting or other Word functionality. 

  1. Attach the file to a page from the More actions menu when viewing the page, or use the Files & images tool in the toolbar to upload the file.
  2. Insert the macro to display the content. 
  3. Delete the file from the page if you don't want it to show up as an attachment when others view the page.

Parameters

Parameter nameRequiredDefaultParameter description and accepted values
Yes(None)

The file name of the Word document to be displayed. The document must be attached to a page on your Confluence site.

NoThe page containing the macroThe name of a Confluence page to which the Word document is attached.

Wiki markup example

Wiki markup is only supported in the legacy editor.

Wiki markup is useful when you need to add a macro outside the editor, for example as custom content in the sidebar, header or footer of a space.

Macro name: 

Macro body: None.

Office Excel

A note on the Excel macro

We've received feedback that the Excel macro doesn't meet expectations in some cases. There are some known issues with it right now, which are detailed below. So why are we proceeding with the rollout? We're making infrastructure changes for the overall benefit of Confluence users, but they mean that we can't keep the old Office and PDF macros working much longer. We need to proceed with the rollout so we can move forward with the infrastructure changes that have a much wider impact than this macro.

In saying that, we, of course, genuinely care about every user's experience with Confluence, and always want it to be the best. If you're having real trouble with the new file viewer in the Excel macro, comment on this issue and let us know. There unfortunately isn't a short-term fix, as we do need to move off the old Excel macro, but we'll keep working on a better solution for the Excel macro.

The Office Excel macro embeds your spreadsheet in the page, rather than showing a simple preview. 

This is great for situations where you need more than a basic Confluence table can provide, such as for financial information or planning data. 

  1. Attach the file to a page from the More actions menu when viewing the page, or use the Files & images tool in the toolbar to upload the file.
  2. Insert the macro to display the content. 
  3. Delete the file from the page if you don't want it to show up as an attachment when others view the page.

Parameters

Parameter nameRequiredDefaultParameter description and accepted values
Yes(None.)

The file name of the Excel spreadsheet to be displayed. The document must be attached to a page on your Confluence site.

NoThe page containing the macroThe name of a Confluence page to which the Excel spreadsheet is attached.

Wiki markup example

Wiki markup is only supported in the legacy editor.

Wiki markup is useful when you need to add a macro outside the editor, for example as custom content in the sidebar, header or footer of a space.

Macro name: 

Macro body: None.

Office PowerPoint

The Office PowerPoint macro displays your presentation in a viewer with next and back buttons, rather than showing a simple preview. 

This is great for sharing presentations, training sessions, and other visual data. 

  1. Attach the file to a page from the More actions menu when viewing the page, or use the Files & images tool in the toolbar to upload the file.
  2. Insert the macro to display the content. 
  3. Delete the file from the page if you don't want it to show up as an attachment when others view the page.

Parameters

Parameter nameRequiredDefaultParameter description and accepted values
Yes(None.)

The file name of the PowerPoint presentation to be displayed. The document must be attached to a page on your Confluence site.

NoThe page containing the macroThe name of a Confluence page to which the PowerPoint presentation is attached.
No
The height of the macro display, specified in pixels (for example: , or just ) or as a percentage (for example: ) of the window's height.
No
The width of the macro display, specified in pixels (for example: , or just ) or as a percentage (for example: ) of the window's height.

Wiki markup example

Wiki markup is only supported in the legacy editor.

Wiki markup is useful when you need to add a macro outside the editor, for example as custom content in the sidebar, header or footer of a space.

Macro name: 

Macro body: None.

Edit files with your desktop apps

Use the apps on your computer to edit files stored in Confluence. Click on the file, then hit Edit with at the top and download the Atlassian Companion app. After that, you can edit and automatically re-upload edited files to Confluence. Check out Edit files for all the details.

 

Sours: https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/insert-microsoft-office-macros/

Excel macro

Output formathtml

Specify how the output is displayed. The options are as follows:

  • html - data is rendered as an HTML table
  • wiki - data is rendered in a table with wiki markup
  • unrenderedWiki - data is rendered as text with wiki markup
outputPage of attachmentCurrent page

Enter the location where the Excel files are available. Since 6.6.0. The following locations are supported:

  • page - Data is read from an attachment to the page specified here; provided that page is in the same space as the page with the macro.
  • space:page - Data is read from an attachment to the specified page that is in the specified space.
pageName of attachmentMost recent Excel file uploaded to the current page

Enter the name of the attachment. Since 6.6.0. 

  • If the Page of attachment is empty, the attachment specified here is considered to be on the current page.
  • If this field is left empty and if URL to Excel file is not specified, the macro renders data from the most recent Excel file that was uploaded to the current page. 
nameName of attachment in the path
Specify the name of the attachment in the Confluence home/script directory. Since 6.6.0. filenameURL to Excel file

Enter the URL of the Excel file(s) to be displayed. If a valid path is entered here, the macro accesses the given location and processes the content accordingly. 

Use of this parameter may be restricted for security reasons. See your administrator for details.

urlURL user
Enter the user name for URL access through basic authentication.userURL user password
Enter the user password for URL access through basic authentication.passwordURL connection timeout
Enter time in milliseconds such that URL connections do not timeout before getting data. Use this to increase the access time needed for slow connections. Note that if a zero is given the connection may wait infinitely.timeoutSheets to import
Enter a comma separated list of sheet names to be shown in the order specified here. By default, each sheet in the workbook produces a table. The parameter value can be a comma separated list of sheet names (case sensitive) or sheet numbers (1-based counting).sheetsFile encoding

Enter a file encoding for an external file if different from the default encoding. If left empty, default Confluence file encoding is used. Refer to this article for more information. Since 4.1.0.

Example: UTF-8.

encodingLanguage for number and date formats
Enter a language specification to use the respective number and date formats for data conversion. This specification is used before the default languages are automatically used. Valid values are 2 character ISO 639-1 alpha-2 codes.languageCountry for number and date formats
Enter a country specification to use the respective number and date formats for data conversion. Used in combination with the Language for number and date formats parameter. Valid values are 2 character ISO 3166 codes.countryColumns to show

Enter a comma separated list of column numbers to be displayed in the order specified here. By default, all non-hidden columns are displayed in its existing order. Columns are enumerated starting at 1. If columns are specified, even hidden columns are shown. 

Rearrangement of columns, that is, column ordering is not supported. Refer to XL-63 for updates.

columnsShow hidden sheets, rows, and columnsfalseEnable this option to show hidden elements of the worksheet.showHiddenShow sheet name before the tablefalseEnable this option to display the worksheet name above the table.showSheetNameUse cell properties for formattingfalseEnable this option to process each cell for special properties. Currently, supported properties are:
  • html - Alignment, font, and background color.
  • wiki - None at this time for individual cells. For columns, the Use column information from Excel sheet parameter can be used. Another alternative is to use Column attributes from common table parameters.
formatCellUse column information from excel sheettrue

Disable this option to ignore the column formatting information specified in the Excel sheet. By default, the format for a column specified in the Excel sheet is used to apply formatting for all cells in the column.

This parameter is ignored if Use cell properties for formatting is enabled or if Column attributes are specified. 

formatColumnShow non-formatted version of generated wikifalseEnable this option to show a non-formatted version of the wiki table following the formatted table. This is used to help resolve formatting issues. It can also be used to convert Excel to Confluence markup with cut and paste method.showWikiEscape special wiki charactersfalseEnable this option to allow these special characters (like '|', '[', ']', '{', '}') to be escaped so that the table format remains unaffected. This option works when a wiki output is requested (Output format is wiki) as some special characters in data can cause incorrect table formatting. The default is false so that the data that has wiki markup can be handled correctly.escapeInclude cell hyperlinkstrue

Disable this option to display any hyperlinks in the data as normal text. By default, any hyperlinks in the data are retained as is.

hyperlinksIgnore trailing blank rowstrueDisable this option to show blank rows; a row is considered blank if all the columns specified in Columns to show parameter are blank.ignoreTrailingBlankRowsIgnore trailing blank columnstrueDisable this option to show blank columns.ignoreTrailingBlankColumns
Sours: https://bobswift.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/XL/pages/10354691/Excel+macro
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How to Import Excel Spreadsheets Into Confluence

By Scott Shpak

Sharing spreadsheets allows you to share analytical power with your co-workers.

Software developer Atlassian introduced Confluence in 2004 as a team collaboration product aimed at developing wiki-style knowledge bases for corporate use. Since sharing information is essential to its purpose, typical business spreadsheets, such as those produced by Microsoft's Excel, are natural for inclusion. Confluence is bundled with a utility that allows direct import of Excel, Word and PowerPoint file formats.

Office Connector

Make sure your version of Confluence is 2.10 or later; the Office Connector does not work with earlier versions. Office Connector allows the import of Excel documents in the XLS and XLSX formats and Word documents in the DOC and DOCX formats, provided the files are compatible with Office 97 to Office 2007 formats. The system administrator can control Office Connector and aspects of it used in your version of Confluence, so it is possible changes to Confluence itself may be needed before you can upload your spreadsheet.

Importing Excel Spreadsheets Using a File System

Navigate to the Confluence page to which you want to attach your spreadsheet. From the menu bar, choose “Tools” and click “Attachments.” Choose “Browse” and navigate to the chosen spreadsheet file. Click the file to highlight it and click “Open.” Optionally, you can add a file name or description in the window that opens, and, if desired, you can choose “Attach More Files” for additional spreadsheets. When you are ready, choose “Attach” to connect your spreadsheets to the Confluence page. While you can add multiple spreadsheets to a page, you cannot attach a folder containing those spreadsheets.

Importing Excel Spreadsheets Using Drag-and-Drop

There are several ways to drag-and-drop spreadsheets into Confluence. When you navigate to the Confluence page where you wish to place your spreadsheet, you can drag the file from the desktop or a window outside Confluence onto that page. Alternatively, you can drag files to the Attachments or Editor views for that page. When you use the “Insert Link” or “Insert Image” dialogs from the Insert menu, you can drag a spreadsheet file to any tab to create an attachment.

Working With Attached Files

Once your spreadsheet is attached to a Confluence page, you can directly edit the spreadsheet, provided you have Microsoft Office or OpenOffice installed on your computer. These edits won't update the data in the version already connected, though you can attach the new file as you normally would. Confluence will use the most recent version, rename the old file and keep the data as a previous version. Importing an Excel spreadsheet into a Word document may allow you to format your data differently or break it over several Confluence pages.

Writer Bio

A full-time content creation freelancer for over 12 years, Scott Shpak is a writer, photographer and musician, with a past career in business with Kodak.

Sours: https://smallbusiness.chron.com/import-excel-spreadsheets-confluence-78127.html
Introduction to Modern Automation with Excel \u0026 Power Automate

Confluence Support

Add the Office Excel macro to a page to display the contents of an Excel spreadsheet.

This is great for situations where you need more than a basic Confluence table can provide, such as for financial information or planning data. 

This macro embeds your spreadsheet in the page, rather than showing a simple preview. People viewing the page don't need Excel installed to be able to see the spreadsheet. 

Screenshot: a page with an Office Excel macro displaying an Excel spreadsheet.


There are other ways to add a spreadsheet to your page:

  • Insert the file directly into the page. We'll display a PDF thumbnail of the sheet. This is okay for simple spreadsheets but may not be suitable for complex or multi-sheet files.
  • Use the Widget Connector Macro to embed a Google Sheet.

Add this macro to your page

To add the Office Excel macro to a page:

  1. Upload the Excel file to your page, then publish the page. See Upload Files to learn how to do this. 
  2. From the editor toolbar, choose Insert > Other Macros.
  3. Choose Office Excel from the Confluence content category.
  4. Select the attached file you want to display. 
  5. Choose Insert

You can then publish your page to see the macro in action. 

Screenshot: configuring the Office Excel macro in the macro browser. 

Edit the attached file

If you have Excel installed, you can edit the attached file, and automatically re-upload the file back to Confluence. 

See Edit Files for more information on the ways to do this. 

Change the macro parameters

Macro parameters are used to change the behaviour of a macro.

To change the macro parameters:

  1. In the editor, click the macro placeholder and choose Edit.
  2. Update the parameters as required then choose Insert.

Here's a list of the parameters available in this macro. 

Parameter

Default

Description

Page Name

The page which contains the macro

Enter a page name, if you wish to display a document which is attached to another Confluence page.

File Name

none

The file name of the Office or PDF document to be displayed. The document must be attached to a page on your Confluence site.

If the file does not appear, publish the page, then head back into the editor and try again.

Show Grid?

true

Select to show grid lines around each cell of the Excel spreadsheet. Clear to hide these grid lines.

Worksheet Name

Last worksheet viewed in the spreadsheet

The name of the worksheet that you want displayed.

Last Row

Last row with content

The number of the last row you want displayed, starting from '0' as the first row.

Last Column

Last column with content

The number of the last column you want displayed, starting from '0' as the first column.

Hint for reducing the size of the spreadsheet: Use the Last Column and Last Row parameters to reduce the size of the spreadsheet displayed on the wiki page. This is especially useful to prevent the display from showing empty cells. This will also help to prevent 'out of memory' errors.

Where the parameter name used in Confluence storage format or wikimarkup is different to the label used in the macro browser, it will be listed below in brackets ().

Limitations

The Office file must be attached to the current page, or another Confluence page. The macro can't display live Office 365 files. If you use Office 365, you'll need to download the file, and then upload it to Confluence to display it with this macro. Alternatively, you could just link to the Office 365 file. 

If your uploaded file does not appear in the File Name menu in the macro browser, you'll need to publish the page, and then hit Edit to return to the editor. 

Rendering very large or complex files can put a lot of load on Confluence. For this reason, in Confluence Data Center we'll prompt you to download the file if we can't display with a set time limit. This limit varies depending on system properties set by your administrator, but is generally about 30 seconds. You can continue to view other content on the page while we attempt to display the file contents. 

Other ways to add this macro

Add this macro as you type

Type followed by the start of the macro name, to see a list of macros. 

Add this macro using wiki markup

This is useful when you want to add a macro outside the editor, for example as custom content in the sidebar, header or footer of a space.

Macro name: 

Macro body: None.

Sours: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/office-excel-macro-375849173.html

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Hello @Luca Ramassa , simple drag and drop the excel onto your confluence page and then when you use Insert the Office Excel macro it auto populates the Excel file in the "File Name" Column (you can leave the Page name field empty).

As per Insert the Office Excel macro 
"A note on the Excel macro

We've received feedback that the Excel macro doesn't meet expectations in some cases. There are some known issues with it right now, which are detailed below. So why are we proceeding with the rollout? We're making infrastructure changes for the overall benefit of Confluence users, but they mean that we can't keep the old Office and PDF macros working much longer. We need to proceed with the rollout so we can move forward with the infrastructure changes that have a much wider impact than this macro.

In saying that, we, of course, genuinely care about every user's experience with Confluence, and always want it to be the best. If you're having real trouble with the new file viewer in the Excel macro, comment on this issue and let us know. There unfortunately isn't a short-term fix, as we do need to move off the old Excel macro, but we'll keep working on a better solution for the Excel macro."

Sours: https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/How-to-insert-an-Excel-file-into-a-Confluence-page/qaq-p/1430708
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