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On 4/29/19 3:30 PM, William Dudley wrote:
0. Apologies for the insufficiently detailed question.  The pages I wish to delete are (as far as 
I can tell) entirely blank.

I was wondering if they were blank, but the used vocabulary implied

1. The problem I am experiencing is apparently because on the last page, there is a picture and 
some text anchored to the page.  Libreoffice is apparently
capable of making a document longer when the content expands and there is an anchor on the last 
page, but incapable of removing blank pages if the content shrinks.

Whether or not it does that, depends upon the paragraph, character, and
frame styles that were last used. If the last frame has migrated off the
last page, then deleting whitespace surrounding the frame will usually
delete the last blank page. However, this deletion process can be tricky.

Your use-case is not unusual. The fix is not well described in the

not least because there is probably NO email propagated malware targeting Linux.

Either the Shadowbroker's dump, or the one of their competitor across
the street contained an email delivery system targetting Linux. The dump
of one of their competitors had a delivery system targetting BSD.

As such, the only safe assumption is that there are both delivery
systems, and malware targetting every OS out there.


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