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    Printing Page Two (2000 SR-1)

    This is probably a no brainer, but I do not know how to do it. If I have a document that ran over page one to page two and then I shortened it to fit on one page, how do I get rid of page two? Every time this happens, I wind up printing the second page which is blank.

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    Re: Printing Page Two (2000 SR-1)

    Since Word is (to a certain extent) WYSIWYG, you should get one page on paper if you see one page on screen. If you still see a second page on screen, Word will print it, even if it has no text.

    Make sure that there are no empty paragraphs at the end of the document. It helps if you show paragraph markers (

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    Re: Printing Page Two (2000 SR-1)

    What does WYSIWYG mean?

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    Re: Printing Page Two (2000 SR-1)

    What You See Is What You Get

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    Re: Printing Page Two (2000 SR-1)

    And the alternative to WYSIWYG is mark up languages like HTML or SGML.

    Described by a colleague of mine as WYGIABGS (What you get is a b*y great surprise).

    StuartR

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