I have several multi-page documents that have extra space at the bottom
of the page. Turning on the "View" -> "Non-printing characters" shows
one or two paragraph markers and then an inch or more of extra space.
If I go to the last paragraph and hit delete twice it will generally
draw up the paragraph from the next page. I then hit enter twice and the
new paragraph stays on the page. Since my paragraphs are short I can do
that a few times on each page.
This issue is that I'd rather not do that several times on each of a
hundred or so pages. Is there anything else I can look to check? Using
LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 on Linux.
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