At 05:04 13/07/2016 -0700, James Wilde wrote:
I didn't understand that inserting a manual break would not only
divide the document into two regions but add a blank page. So I now
had five pages of front matter, but I managed to remove one of them.
One thing I would like to know: supposing I needed to do this again
between two sections of the content pages, but didn't want a blank
page between them - not very likely, I know, but anyhow - how could I do that?
Adding a manual page break at some point in the text will not create
a blank page. But if you already had your four pages of front matter
separated from the body of your document by an existing page break -
as seems obvious - then adding a new page break will make two breaks
and yes: an intervening empty page. You just need to remove the
existing page break, which you can do easily with a single Backspace
either before or after you add the new one, to achieve what you need.
All this worked fine.
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