From the incomparable Jan Berinstein, a Word power user and then some! Thanks Jan!
I just had this problem yesterday. I was revising a document where I had previously inserted a section break to separate a landscape orientation table from the rest of my text, which was in standard portrait orientation. I deleted the table, but ended up with a blank page that wouldn’t go away. Every time I attempted to delete the unneeded section break, it reformatted my entire document. Argh!
Issues like this are why you should buy Jan’s new book: Formatting Legal Documents with Microsoft Word 2016, available on Amazon. Here is Jan’s post:
Over the past few years, my clients have frequently reported difficulty deleting an extra page that appears at the end of a document – typically a pleading. Sometimes the problem involves a table (whether an actual columnar table containing data or a single-cell table used for a signature block) that falls at the end of […]