Insert Images into PDF in Confluence
Insert Images into PDF
Have you ever needed to add images to a sales contract or invoice stored in your Confluence account?
With PDFfiller you can attach a picture or image to a PDF or Word document stored in your Confluence account.
No need to use scanner or upload additional software. Insert images online right in your Confluence account.
To get started, click the dropdown menu on the right and select Edit Attachments.
Choose the document from the list and click Submit.
On the screen that opens next, PDFfiller will request your authorization -- click AUTHORIZE.
Сlick the Picture button to open the Image Wizard, which will offer you to either upload a picture that you already have or take a new one using your webcam.
If you choose the first option, upload a picture from your computer, place it on the document, and move or resize it for a perfect fit.
Choosing the second option, you will be able to take a picture with your webcam. Select a photo size to the right of your camera image and click Take, then click Use to proceed. The window that opens next allows you to crop the image, adjust its brightness and contrast, flip and rotate it, or enhance it otherwise.
After you've finished editing your picture, click the Save and Use button to add the picture to your document.
You can always easily remove the picture. Just click on it and then click the trash can icon above.
When you have finished editing, click the Done button in the top right corner and save your document back to your Confluence account.
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