In Word 2007, there's a blank page at the end of report, with nothing on it but a paragraph return symbol (visible only in the show paragraph marks and other formatting symbols). No amount of backspacing or deleting of this symbol, or of the final such symbol on the preceding page, will delete this mark and the final page. How do I accomplish this seemingly simple procedure?
Also, I notice that in a Word 2007 report that I am viewing in PDF form (we have to view all reports in PDF b/c PDF is the format we send reports to clients in), the Draft watermark is sometimes "behind" (i.e. partially covered by) a .png image in the report, but other times the Draft watermark is "in front of" (i.e., covering) a .png image in the report. These images have been pasted with the Insert>Picture method, so I cannot understand why the watermark would affect them differently. There's no consistency with it either (i.e., behind one image, in front of the next, behind the next, etc.). I did do some resizing of some of the images, so that might be the reason, but I don't understand why that would result in this.
B/c we eventually remove the Draft watermark, as long as the images look clear in PDF form, it's not a big problem. It is weird and inconsistent, though.