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Hi :)
If you change the file-name's ending from .odt to .zip or find some other
way to open the file using an archive-manager then inside it find the file 
you can open that with a text-editor such as NotePad or Gedit or something
(there's lots of decent ones that might be better) then the new-page appears
like this
<text:p text:style-name="P1"/>
search and replace, save content.xml back into the archive, rename the
file-name's ending back to .odt and jobs done.

It's not exactly intuitive but it seems to work just fine :)  
Regards from
Tom :)

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